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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill that would allow marijuana to be delivered to your door is being considered in Washington state.  Under HB 1712, licensed marijuana retailers would be allowed to fulfill orders by phone or online for users age 21 and older.  Current state law allows marijuana purchases only at brick-and-mortar retailers.  The bill's sponsor, Tacoma Representative David Sawyer, says increasing access to marijuana would undermine black-market distributors.

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