Frequently asked questions

No. On-premise consumption is not allowed.
The initiative sets a per se DUI limit of “delta-9” THC levels at greater than or equal to 5 nanograms per milliliter of blood (5 ng/mL). State and local law enforcement agencies are tasked with enforcing the DUI limit.
The law does not address the topic of drug testing but it is our understanding that employers may still conduct drug testing at their discretion. Since marijuana is illegal under federal law institutions that receive federal funds will still be subject to mandated testing. Organizations such as the NFL and NBA have issued statements that marijuana consumption is a violation of their conduct policy and they intend to continue testing for it.
The law states that it is unlawful to open/consume a package of marijuana or marijuana infused product in view of the general public.
No. Marijuana and marijuana products are to be consumed in Washington State.
All you need is any valid form of government-issued identification, from anywhere in the world, proving that you are over the age of 21.
The state law has capped the legal amount you can purchase and possess at any one time depending on the type of product:
– Flower: One Ounce (28 Grams)
– Extracts and Concentrates: 7 grams of extract for inhalation
– Edibles: 16 oz. of infused product in edible form or 72 oz. in beverage form
– Topicals: 16 oz. of infused topical product in solid form or 72 oz. in liquid form

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