Carmen Miller (left) helps Ezekiel Eagle with his selection at Tulalip Remedy. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Carmen Miller (left) helps Ezekiel Eagle with his selection at Tulalip Remedy. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Retail cannabis is newest money-maker on the reservation

Tulalip Remedy is the first pot shop on tribal land in Snohomish County and the sixth in the state.

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