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With today’s US Senate vote, both houses of Congress have now approved an omnibus spending bill.

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Washington, DC – With today’s US Senate vote, both houses of Congress have now approved an omnibus spending bill, which includes a measure prohibiting the Department of Justice (DOJ) from interfering in the implementation of state medical marijuana laws. Patient advocates argue, with concurrence from law enforcement, that this historic measure, if signed into law, will dramatically impact DOJ enforcement, including ending federal medical marijuana raids, arrests, criminal prosecutions, and civil asset forfeiture lawsuits,…
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Analysis of Washington State’s Per se Marijuana DUI Law

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At the end of 2012, a new Washington legalized marijuana went into  effect. Part of the law that legalized marijuana use, also created a new marijuana driving under the influence (DUI) standard. Currently, RCW as amended to reflect the new Marijuana DU per se law states: “A person is guilty of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor, marijuana, or any drug if the person drives a vehicle within this state: (b) The person has, within tow hours after driving, a THC concentration of 5.00 or higher as shown by analysis of the person’s blood made under RCW 46.61.506…” [The blood analysis of a person’s THC concentration shall be based upon nanograms per milliliter of whole blood].  Read More…

 

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SB 5003 Concerning the taxes payable on sales by licensed recreational marijuana producers, processors, and retailers.

Senator Ann Rivers (R) :
Email Or Call (360) 786 – 7634 

Senator Brian Hatfield (D)
Email Or Call  (360) 786 – 7636 


SB 5003 Concerning the taxes payable on sales by licensed recreational marijuana producers, processors, and retailers.  Sponsors: Senators Hatfield, Rivers

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