The City of Seattle will once again push for legal marijuana delivery but this time for the entire state.
Expected to be introduced in Olympia within days, the legislation would allow pot deliveries across Washington but with restrictions on transport and branding. Last year, a city-backed bill to allow a pilot program for pot delivery in Seattle failed in the state legislature.
This year’s effort, written by City Attorney Pete Holmes‘ staff, attempts to removes the barriers to last year’s Seattle-centric bill while casting delivery as a boon to both public safety and pot tourism. Holmes said this is the next logical step in the legal marijuana industry and it potentially solves one public safety problem immediately.
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