State Senate Says No To Marijuana Vending Machines

WASHINGTON:   The Washington state Senate has passed a bill to forbid selling marijuana through a drive-through window or in a vending machine.

In a 47-0 vote Monday, Senators voted to add the new restriction to the state’s legalized trade in recreational marijuana, which is restricted to sales in state-licensed stores. Sen. Barbara Bailey, R-Oak Harbor, said the bill would keep marijuana-laced edible products from being supplied in parks, football games and in coffee shop drive-through windows.

Senators also voted 45-3 to create a marijuana research license so the drug’s effects can be legally studied by researchers working with the University of Washington and Washington State University.

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Comments

  1. Remington says

    Now don’t get me wrong i have no problem with marijuana being sold to the public out of dispensaries i think it is great that people are finally realizing the benefits of this plant, but a marijuana vending machine really people come on that is the dumbest thing i have ever heard when it comes to the different ways of selling pot.

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