Marijuana laws, higher ed funding and juvenile records on ‘Legislative Review’

By | March 20, 2013 | Comments

On Tuesday’s “Legislative Review,” we have details about a proposal from Rep. Christopher Hurst (D-Enumclaw) that would make some changes to I-502, Washington’s marijuana legalization law. One of the changes he’s proposed would allow marijuana stores to be located closer to public facilities, such as libraries and playgrounds.

Plus, a proposal from Senate Republicans that would increase spending for state colleges and universities, and debate in a Senate committee over keeping juvenile records sealed.



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