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Governor Wants Marijuana to Stop Spreading to Bars

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KNDO reports that Governor Jay Inslee looks to stop marijuana use spreading even more into the public as there are already two bars in the state that are allowing it.

Inslee says the state Liquor Control Board needs to give it a hard look and figure out how to stop the spreading because Washingtonians  did not vote for a wide-open policy, according to KNDO.

KNDO states that voters legalized marijuana for adults over 21 last fall, but Initiative 502 prohibits the public use of marijuana and board member Sharon Foster does expect the board to come up with a new rule.

 

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