The proposed legislation to legalize recreational use of marijuana (I-502) in the state of Washington has a good deal of support. The campaign to pass the legislation and free up pot for the people of the state has plenty of supporters, and to the surprise of many, few organized opponents. [Read more…]Charged with a crime in Washington? Call now. (888) 205-9314.
Not so long ago, there were more medical marijuana dispensaries in Seattle than there were Starbucks. But now, the number of those store-front pot sellers are falling as dispensary owners and their landlords are extremely nervous about federal prosecution. [Read more…]
Initiative 502 will be on the November ballot in Washington State. This initiative will allow citizens to decide whether or not to legalize marijuana in the state. The Office of Financial Management has released their findings that if marijuana is legalized and regulated, the state of Washington could see more than $1.9 billion in revenue over the next five years. [Read more…]
Last week, police ran up the stairs of an apartment building, donned with MP5 submachine guns. Holding a battering ram, they pounded on the door of 50 year old Will Laudanski. The disabled veteran was tying his robe and reaching to open the door when the police pushed past him in a rush. [Read more…]
The Seattle Times is running a special report on the prevalence of illegal marijuana growing operations in the state’s Indian reservations. With about 8,000 square miles of the state set aside for the 29 federal recognized tribes, the reservations provide serious cover for large scale marijuana crops. [Read more…]
A recent state Supreme Court ruling has medical marijuana patients and advocates up in arms. The court determined that a doctor’s order for marijuana is not enough to keep a person from being arrested, that the right to possess the marijuana is something to be determined at trial. [Read more…]