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Think & Drink - An Even Greener Washington: The Future of Marijuana Post-I-502

Think & Drink - An Even Greener Washington: The Future of Marijuana Post-I-502
When Feb 19, 2013
07:00 PM
Where Naked City Brewery & Taphouse
8564 Greenwood Avenue North
Region Central Puget Sound
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Join Humanities Washington for its latest Think & Drink, An Even Greener Washington: The Future of Marijuana Post-I-502, at Naked City Brewery and Taphouse on Feb. 12.  The discussion will explore the future of marijuana policy and attitudes in Washington after the passage of I-502, and ask where we might go from here.

The conversation will be led by several local experts who have experience with marijuana policy in our area for from various perspectives: Alison Holcomb, attorney, author of I-502 and Campaign Director for New Approach Washington and Sergeant Sean Whitcomb, the Public Affairs Director for the Seattle Police Department. The event will be moderated by Ross Reynolds, the host of KUOW’s The Conversation.

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