WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Capitol Hemp reopened Monday night at its new location in Northwest D.C. three years after they closed down their original stores.
The new store, located at 1770 Columbia Road NW, is less than two blocks from the original location on Adams Mill Road that opened in 2008.
By 2011, owner Adam Eidinger opened a second location in Chinatown. But in 2012, he was forced to shut down both stores after raids by D.C. police.
Now that it's legal to possess and grow small amounts of marijuana in the district, Capitol Hemp has once again opened their doors to sell clothing and accessories.