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A hearing on proposed state rules for growing, processing and selling legal marijuana will be held Aug. 8 at the Spokane Convention Center.
The Washington State Liquor Control Board scheduled four hearings from Aug. 6 through Aug. 8 around the state to get reaction to the latest est of proposed regulations for recreational marijuana, which voters approved by an initiative last November.
Hearings will also be in Shoreline, Olympia and Ellensburg.
The Spokane hearing will begin at 6 p.m. in Ballroom 100A of the Convention Center, 334 West Spokane Falls Blvd.
For a previous report on the proposed regulations, click here.
For a full copy of the proposed regulations, click on the document below.
Anticipating a large crowd at Tuesday’s forum on legalized marijuana rules, a state agency made an 11th hour decision to move to a bigger room.
The Washington State Liquor Control Board’s forum on its efforts to comply with Initiative 502 will be held in the
The three previous forums all generated crowds bigger than the Council Chambers and an overflow room for 100 people would have held, Mikhail Carpenter said. More than 350 people showed up for the first forum in
The convention center ballroom will hold 450, and can be expanded if necessary.
The board announced new locations for other planned forums, and added new meetings to its schedule early last week. But the new location for
Carpenter said the board hopes to a sign at City Hall directing people to the Convention Center, which is several blocks east on
I-502 made the private use of marijuana by people 21 and over legal, but currently there's not a legal way to purchase the drug. The law put the board in charge of adopting rules for growing, processing and selling marijuana, with a mandate to have those rules in place by Dec. 1.
The Washington State Liquor Control Board held its first public forum last night in Olympia on efforts to get ready for legalized marijuana under the new voter-approved law.
It got an earful, for more than 2 hours. Expect more of the same as they travel around the state, including a stop in Spokane on Feb. 12 at Spokane City Hall.
If you want to listen to last night's testimony, they have a recording online. Just click here to be connected.