Washington state considers rolling the existing medical marijuana program into the new recreational marijuana program

Steve Brown, Capital Press

If the Washington state Legislature adopts a working group’s recommendations, medical marijuana patients would no longer be able to grow their own marijuana and would have to buy it at a state-licensed store like everyone else.

If the Washington state Legislature adopts a working group’s recommendations, medical marijuana patients would no longer be able to grow their own marijuana and would have to buy it at a state-licensed store like everyone else. - See more at: http://www.capitalpress.com/article/20131206/ARTICLE/131209930#sthash.FdUhkc72.dpuf
If the Washington state Legislature adopts a working group’s recommendations, medical marijuana patients would no longer be able to grow their own marijuana and would have to buy it at a state-licensed store like everyone else. - See more at: http://www.capitalpress.com/article/20131206/ARTICLE/131209930#sthash.FdUhkc72.dpuf
If the Washington state Legislature adopts a working group’s recommendations, medical marijuana patients would no longer be able to grow their own marijuana and would have to buy it at a state-licensed store like everyone else. - See more at: http://www.capitalpress.com/article/20131206/ARTICLE/131209930#sthash.FdUhkc72.dpuf
If the Washington state Legislature adopts a working group’s recommendations, medical marijuana patients would no longer be able to grow their own marijuana and would have to buy it at a state-licensed store like everyone else. - See more at: http://www.capitalpress.com/article/20131206/ARTICLE/131209930#sthash.FdUhkc72.dpuf