Tribes, Washington State Open Door To Cooperate On Legal Marijuana

WASHINGTON:  There’s a process in place now for Indian tribes and the state of Washington to jointly regulate marijuana should any tribes choose to legalize and sell it.

Tribes don’t need a state’s permission to get into the pot business, but in Washington State both sides agreed it’s best to coordinate.

State Sen. Ann Rivers says she discovered some tribes are very interested and others not at all in growing or selling marijuana. Rivers stood beside Governor Jay Inslee Friday as he signed a bill allowing his office to enter into agreements with tribes about marijuana.


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