Almost 100 mayors from across the state are urging state lawmakers turn over a portion of legal marijuana tax revenues to cities to pay for local law enforcement and other costs arising from the new law. In a letter sent to Gov. Jay Inslee and legislative leaders, the mayors — including Seattle’s Ed Murray —…More
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Uruguay is on the brink of becoming the first country to create a legal, regulated marijuana market, and the South American nation had a little help from Washington state’s leading drug policy reformer, Alison Holcomb, the primary author of Initiative 502. Holcomb visited Uruguay three times last spring at the invitation of the national Junta…More