Medical-marijuana bill passes, governor threatens veto

The Senate passed the House-amended version of a bill to regulate and license medical marijuana dispensaries in Washington state, but Gov. Chris Gregoire still isn’t going to sign anything that would put state employees at risk of violating federal law by granting licenses to people growing what the feds still classify as an illegal drug.

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