17
Feb

Get Marijuana Delivered to Your Front Door

Representative Kirby wants to allow for the delivery of marijuana to those age 21 or over. In his bill, HB 1358, he creates a marijuana delivery endorsement for marijuana retailers. Orders for marijuana products can be made by phone or over the internet so long as the person ordering the marijuana is at least 21 years of age and the delivery

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11
Feb

Does your county use automated decision making?

Will you be able to sort your email without submitting an “algorithmic accountability report” to the state? An interesting bill crept up on us last week that has some unfortunate consequences.  HB 1655, sponsored by Rep. Hudgins, was heard on Feb. 6th and is scheduled for executive action on February 15th. This bill prohibits public agencies from developing, procuring, or

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28
Jan

The Discover Pass Bill is Back Again

The legislature has once again introduced and will be hearing, an iteration of the Discover Pass bill this session in the form of HB 1293 and SB 5420. This bill provides that counties with a population of less than 100,000 can retain 25% of the penalty money received from Discover Pass infractions rather than having to remit 100% to the

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14
Jan

Olympia Update – Week 1

Washington’s 105-day legislative session started on Monday with both houses landing in solid Democrat control after this year’s election.  The size of the majorities, combined with a new majority leader in the senate and the announcement that Speaker Chopp will step down after this year, along with Governor Inslee’s presidential campaign exploration, should add up to a year potentially unlike

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