For those hazy on pot law, Seattle police produces marijuana guide

A medical marijuana plant is shown at Seattle’s Northwest Patient Resource Center medical marijuana dispensary, on Nov. 7. After voters weighed in on election day, Colorado and Washington became the first states to allow legal pot for recreational use, but they may face resistance from federal regulations.

A week after legalizing marijuana, Washington state voters may be hazy about the specifics of legal pot use. Which is why the Seattle Police Department published a tongue-in-cheek guide to pot in the Emerald City.

The basics: Washington state voters passed Initiative 502 with a 55 percent majority on Election Day.

Beginning Dec. 6, adults over 21 won’t violate state law if they possess up to an ounce of marijuana for personal use. The specifics are thornier. The Seattle Police Department’s Jonah Spangenthal-Lee has proactively answered residents’ questions before they light up in “Marijwhatnow? A Guide to Legal Marijuana Use In Seattle.”

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