Legislation that would legalize the delivery of marijuana to those 21 and older has been filed in Washington’s House of Representatives.
House Bill 1358 was filed by State Representative Steve Kirby (D) and is cosponsored by Representatives Brandon Vick (R) and Brian Blake (D). Filed today, the measure has been referred to the House Commerce and Gaming Committee.
Specifically, the measure would add a new section to chapter 69.50 of the RCW stating that “A marijuana delivery endorsement to a marijuana retailer license is established to permit a qualifying marijuana retailer to deliver marijuana for personal use to any individual twenty-one years of age or older.”
The Washington state liquor and cannabis board would be authorized to “establish the fee for the marijuana delivery endorsement””, and a marijuana retailer holding a delivery endorsement “may charge a fee to the customer for any delivery made
in accordance with this section.”
The full text of House Bill 1358 click here.
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