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WA Governor Vetoes Hemp Legalization Bill to Punish Legislators for Something Unrelated

In a perfect example of how to improperly run a state, Washington Governor Jay Inslee has vetoed 27 bills – over 70% of all legislation passed by the state’s legislature this session – to punish lawmakers for something unrelated; not passing a budget bill. One of the measures vetoed by Inslee – Senate Bill 6206 …

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Hemp Legalization Bill Unanimously Passed by Washington House, Sent to Governor Inslee

Washington State’s House of Representatives has voted unanimously, 97 to 0, to pass Senate Bill 6206, a bill authorizing the state Department of Agriculture to license farmers interested in cultivated hemp for research purposes. Given that the measure has already passed the Senate 48 to 1, it will now go to Governor Jay Inslee for …

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Washington State Senate Committee Passes Bill to Legalize Industrial Hemp

Legislation to legalize the cultivation and production of industrial hemp in Washington has been given approval by the state’s Senate Committee on Agriculture and Water & Rural Economic Development, and has been sent to the floor of the Senate by the Rules Committee. Under the proposed law – Senate Bill 6206 – the Washington State …

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