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Washington Liquor Control Board Looking to Stop Marijuana Use at Bars

SEATTLE (AP) — Gov. Jay Inslee wants the state Liquor Control Board to figure out how to stop the spread of bars that allow patrons to consume marijuana on site.

Voters last fall legalized marijuana for adults over 21, but Initiative 502 prohibits the public use of marijuana

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Voices of Safety Concern Sound Out at Yakima Marijuana Forum

YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — About 300 people attended the Thursday night public forum in Yakima on possible regulations on the legal sale of recreational marijuana in Washington.

The public safety was a concern for both supporters and opponents of the drug

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Washington State Building a Strictly Regulated Marijuana Law

 

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington state officials are looking to build a strictly regulated marijuana system that could forestall federal concerns about how the drug will be handled once it's available for public purchase.

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Washington State Holding Forums on the Questions and Concerns of Initiative 502

Lots of questions and concerns surround the implementation of Initiative 502 in the State of Washington, the measure that legalized marijuana in the state. It is the job of the liquor control board to set up a system in which pot will be sold in state stores

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Public Forums Planned for Implementation of Initiative 502

The Washington State Liquor Control Board plans public forums across Washington regarding the implementation of Initiative 502. A forum is planned in Yakima on Feb. 21st at 6pm at Yakima City Hall

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Local Businesses Looking Closer at Drug Testing Policies

Making pot legal here in Washington won't only change things from a criminal standpoint, but it could also change things for businesses.a lot of them are taking a closer look at their drug testing policies

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Washington State First to Legalized Recreational Pot Use

SEATTLE (AP) — Washington voters have made their state the first in the nation to legalize recreational pot use, setting up a showdown with a federal government that backs the drug's prohibition

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Forum About Legalizing Marijuana Being Held In Yakima Tomorrow

Initiative 502 to legalize the recreational use of marijuana will be the subject of a special forum tomorrow night at the Capital Theater in Yakima. Former Seattle police chief Norm Stamper and former State Republican Senator George Rohrbacher will both speak in favor of the measure

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