Changes to the state’s medical marijuana program — part of an overhaul of the system recently approved by lawmakers — take effect Friday. The state’s Liquor Control Board is now the Liquor and Cannabis Board.
By Lauren Dake and Sue Vorenberg Columbian Staff Reporters Gov. Jay Inslee signed a measure Friday that will regulate the state’s medical marijuana system and create a voluntary patient database of users. While signing Senate
UPDATE: Inslee signed the bill shortly before 3 p.m. today. He vetoed sections 36, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 and 52. One of those vetoed sections had tied passage of the bill to the approval
OLYMPIA — The Washington state House moved forward Friday on an effort to reconcile the state’s medical and recreational marijuana industries. The chamber first passed a Senate measure addressing the medical side before moving on
Jim Mullen, the chief operating officer of The Herbery, a recreational pot shop in Vancouver, will testify to the state Legislature this afternoon about bills affecting the tax structure for marijuana businesses. Many companies in
No police showed up to arrest anybody at the first official “cannabis friendly” event at Mint Tea since the first marijuana store in Vancouver, Main Street Marijuana, opened down the block on July 9. It