Washington AG Ferguson Statement On Sessions Letter

“Any action from the Department of Justice short of allowing our well-regulated, voter-approved system to continue is unacceptable. I will continue to defend the will of Washington voters.”

WASHINGTON:  In response to a letter from U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding Washington’s marijuana regulations, Attorney General Bob Ferguson offered the following statement: “I was disappointed by Attorney General Sessions’ letter, which relies on incomplete, inaccurate and out-of-date information on the status of Washington’s marijuana regulations. I’m also disappointed that he has yet to accept my repeated Read the full article…

Fife Case Could Destroy Marijuana Legalization Effort In Washington, Says AG

A Chicago company called PM Rx is suing the Department of Agriculture, claiming the agency broke its own rules when awarding marijuana cultivation permits.

WASHINGTON:  The city of Fife’s legal efforts to restrict marijuana sales could destroy marijuana legalization efforts in Washington state. That’s according to the Washington state Attorney General‘s office, which is battling the city in court and siding with state voters who approved Initiative 502, legalizing marijuana sales in the state. Washington AG Bob Ferguson said that Read the full article…