WSAC Members attend the 84th Annual National Association of Counties’ Annual Conference This past week, over 30 Washington State county elected and appointed officials, led by WSAC President Scott Hutsell, joined their peers from throughout the nation to share the challenges, successes, and solutions to bolster America’s communities. WSAC members were part of the more than 3,000 county leaders that
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
Clark County’s authority to ban the retail sale of marijuana stands March 13, 2018 – The Division II of the Court of Appeals published its opinion finding that Clark County can lawfully ban the retail sale of marijuana within its incorporated areas. Clark County passed an ordinance which banned the retail sale of recreational marijuana within unincorporated Clark County. Subsequently,
Marijuana Restrictions (HB 2336) On Monday, January 8th, in the House Commerce & Gaming Committee, two bills were heard that are relevant to WSAC. One is HB 2336 sponsored by Rep. Sawyer to which we testified in opposition. This bill seeks to preempt municipal ordinances or regulations pertaining to the regulation of the production, processing, and retail sale of marijuana.