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The Joint Blog | February 20, 2018
 Bill Allowing Financial Institutions to Work with Marijuana Industry Passes WA Senate Committee, Already Passed Full House

Anthony Martinelli

Legislation to explicitly give permission to financial institutions to provide services to licensed marijuana businesses has been approved by the Washington State Senate Committee on Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee.
The committee voted 5 to 1 today to pass House Bill 2098, which was filed by Representative David Sawyer D and is cosponsored by Representatives Brandon Bick R, Steve Kirby D and Cary Condotta R. The measure, which passed the full House of Representatives last month in an 82 to 12 vote, would provide immunity from state criminal prosecution to a financial institution providing financial services to licensed marijuana businesses and qualifying patients, health care professionals, and providers under medical marijuana laws. For purposes of the bill, financial institution is ....
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The Joint Blog | February 7, 2018 by Anthony Martinelli
 WA: Committee Approves Bill to Allow Marijuana Stores to Obtain and Sell CBD Products From Outside Sources
Anthony Martinelli

Washingtons House Appropriations Committee has approved a measure that would allow marijuana outlets to use cannabidiol products CBD products obtained from sources other than state licensed producer/processors.
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The Joint Blog | February 7, 2018
 Washington House Approves Measure to Establish New Residency Requirements for Marijuana Business Owners

Legislation that would establish new residency requirements on marijuana business owners has been given approval by Washingtons full House of Representatives.
House Bill 1151 passed the House today by a vote of 70 to 28. Filed by Representative Sharon Wylie D and cosponsored by Representatives Brandon Bick R and Brian Blake D, the measure must now be passed by the states Senate before it can be sent to Governor Jay Inslee for consideration. The proposed law; Requires that at least 75 percent of the interest in a licensed marijuana business owned by a business or nonprofit entity be held by one or more interest holders who have resided in Washington state for at least six months, Requires that all applicants residing out of state....
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The Cannabist | Feb 5, 2018
 One month after Sessions marijuana memo, where do U.S. attorneys stand on legal weed?
Bruce Kennedy and Alex Pasquariello
Its been a month since U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Cole Memo, Obama-era Department of Justice guidance on enforcement of federal law in states that legalized marijuana in some form. Sessions marijuana policy shift didnt just inject uncertainty into the legal cannabis industry it empowered the Justice Departments U.S. attorneys to enforce or ignore federal marijuana laws. U.S. attorneys are the chief federal law enforcement officers within 93 districts throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands....
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