Medical Marijuana Referendum Won’t Be On Washington Ballot

Washington voters won’t be asked this fall if they want to keep changes made this spring to the state’s medical marijuana laws.

WASHINGTON:  Washington voters won’t be asked this fall if they want to keep changes made this spring to the state’s medical marijuana laws. Organizers of a petition drive to place a referendum of the new law on the ballot won’t be turning in signatures by this week’s deadline, the secretary of state’s office said Monday. Referendum 76 Read the full article…