**Previous filings

Initiative to the People 2013

http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/initiatives.aspx?y=2013&t=p

~~Filed as: Cannabis Patient Protection Act (simply cleaning up the sectional veto to the law, and replacing definitions.)

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1305 concerns cannabis (marijuana).

This measure would define and amend statutory terms related to growing, use, and delivery of cannabis for medical purposes, amend related criminal provisions, and remove references to provisions that were vetoed in 2011.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would provide definitions of “cannabis,” “cannabis products,” “usable cannabis,” “collective gardens,” “correctional facility,” “peace officer,” “person,” “plant,” “public place,” for statutes addressing medical use of cannabis (marijuana). Persons under supervision of the Department of Corrections could not qualify to be medical cannabis patients. It would remove statutory references to provisions of the 2011 medical cannabis act that never took effect because they were vetoed. It would change statutes to refer to “qualifying patients.”



Initiative to the Legislature 2013

http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/Initiatives.aspx?y=2013&t=l

~~Filed as: Cannabis Patient Protection Act

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 586 concerns cannabis (marijuana).

This measure would define and amend statutory terms related to growing, use, and delivery of cannabis for medical purposes, amend related criminal provisions, and remove references to provisions that were vetoed in 2011.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would provide definitions of “cannabis,” “cannabis products,” “usable cannabis,” “collective gardens,” “correctional facility,” “peace officer,” “person,” “plant,” “public place,” for statutes addressing medical use of cannabis (marijuana). Persons under supervision of the Department of Corrections could not qualify to be medical cannabis patients. It would remove statutory references to provisions of the 2011 medical cannabis act that never took effect because they were vetoed. It would change statutes to refer to “qualifying patients.”


~~Filed as: Medical Cannabis—Ric Smith Memorial Act

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 632 concerns medical marijuana.

This measure would remove criminal and civil penalties for licensed production, processing, and dispensing of medical marijuana for use by qualifying patients, subject to certain restrictions, and amend or adopt other medical-marijuana-related laws.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would remove criminal and civil penalties for producers, processors, and dispensers of medical marijuana to manufacture, process, and deliver marijuana to qualifying patients or their designated providers, with conditions including obtaining a business license, limiting advertising, and siting away from schools, parks, and child care centers. It would amend or adopt other medical-marijuana-related laws including laws relating to housing, use by nonresidents and minors, and banking; and would establish medical-marijuana sales tax exemptions.


Filed as: Medical Cannabis—Ric Smith Memorial Act

Assigned Initiative Measure No. 643, no title and summary was issued because so close to the end of filing date. This is where the board and revenue was added.


Initiative to the People 2014

http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/Initiatives.aspx?y=2014&t=p

~~Filed as: Medical use of cannabis 7 (filings 1-6 had errors in the text)

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1343 concerns cannabis (marijuana).

This measure would create a board to license and regulate production, processing, and dispensing of medical cannabis, impose fees, exempt medical cannabis from retail sales tax, and adopt other medical cannabis related laws.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would create a board to license and regulate producers, processors, and dispensers of medical cannabis, impose licensing and other fees, and adopt other medical cannabis related laws, including a retail sales tax exemption, allowing parents or guardians to consent to medical cannabis use by minors, and limiting housing discrimination. State law would allow state banks to do business with licensees, and would limit cooperation with federal investigations of acts authorized by the measure.


Initiative to the Legislature 2014

http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/Initiatives.aspx?y=2014&t=l

~~Filed as: Medical use of cannabis 8

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 678 concerns cannabis (marijuana).

This measure would create a board to license and regulate production, processing, and dispensing of medical cannabis, impose fees, exempt medical cannabis from retail sales tax, and adopt other medical cannabis related laws.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would create a board to license and regulate medical cannabis producers, processors, and dispensers; impose licensing and other fees; adopt a retail sales tax exemption; allow parents or guardians to consent to medical cannabis use by minors; limit housing discrimination; add protections from criminal prosecutions; and adopt other medical cannabis-related laws. State law would allow state banks to do business with licensees, and limit cooperation with federal investigations of acts the measure authorizes.


~~Filed as: Medical use of cannabis 9

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 681 concerns cannabis (marijuana)

This measure would create a board to license and regulate production, processing, and dispensing of medical cannabis, impose fees, exempt medical cannabis from retail sales tax, and adopt other medical cannabis related laws.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would create a board to license and regulate medical cannabis producers, processors, and dispensers; impose licensing and other fees; adopt a retail sales tax exemption; allow parents or guardians to consent to medical cannabis use by minors; limit housing discrimination; add protections from criminal prosecutions; and adopt other medical cannabis-related laws. State law would allow state banks to do business with licensees, and limit cooperation with federal investigations of acts the measure authorizes.


~~Filed as: Cannabis for medical use 10

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 698 concerns cannabis (marijuana).

This measure would create a board to license and regulate medical cannabis, impose fees, adopt a sales tax exemption, reduce existing restrictions on medical cannabis, restrict cannabis testing, and adopt other cannabis-related laws.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would create a board to license and regulate medical cannabis producers, processors, and dispensers; impose licensing and other fees; adopt a retail sales tax exemption; allow parents or guardians to consent to medical cannabis use by minors; reduce existing medical standards for medical cannabis use; limit housing discrimination; prohibit employment-related cannabis testing; add protections from criminal prosecutions; limit cooperation with federal investigations of acts the measure authorizes; and adopt other medical cannabis-related laws.


~~Filed as: Cannabis for medical use 11

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 706 concerns cannabis (marijuana).

This measure would create a board to license and regulate medical cannabis, impose fees, adopt a sales tax exemption, reduce existing restrictions on medical cannabis, restrict cannabis testing, and adopt other cannabis-related laws.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would create a board to license and regulate medical cannabis producers, processors, and dispensers; impose licensing and other fees; adopt a retail sales tax exemption; allow parents or guardians to consent to medical cannabis use by minors; reduce existing medical standards for medical cannabis use; limit housing discrimination; restrict employment-related cannabis testing; add protections from criminal prosecutions; limit cooperation with federal investigations of acts the measure authorizes; and adopt other medical cannabis-related laws.


~~Filed as: Cannabis for medical use 12

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 713 concerns cannabis (also known as marijuana).

This measure would create a board to license and regulate medical cannabis, impose fees; adopt a sales tax exemption; reduce restrictions on medical cannabis use, production, and delivery; and adopt other cannabis-related laws.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would create a board to license and regulate medical cannabis producers, processors, and dispensers; impose fees; adopt a sales tax exemption; require additional proof of impairment for DUI charges against medical cannabis users, allow medical cannabis use by minors; lower criteria to qualify for medical cannabis; limit housing discrimination; restrict employment-related cannabis testing; add protections from criminal prosecutions; limit cooperation with federal investigations of acts the measure authorizes; and adopt other cannabis-related laws.


~~Filed as: Cannabis for medical use 13 {Two new rules added to filings for the board to make: (1) The ability for veterans and qualifying patients who have issues with their primary care or specialists the ability to get an authorization for medical use. (2) Making it so the medical use of cannabis is not the last resort after costly pharmaceuticals and/or poisonous treatments.}

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 717 concerns cannabis (marijuana).

This measure would create a board to license, regulate, and allow for medical cannabis production, processing, and sales; impose fees on licensees; adopt tax exemptions for medical cannabis; and adopt other cannabis-related laws.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would create a seven-member board to license and regulate commercial medical cannabis dispensers, producers, and processors; impose fees; adopt a sales tax exemption; allow medical cannabis use by minors; authorize medical cannabis use by non-residents; limit housing discrimination for cannabis use; require siting of medical cannabis licensees by local governments; restrict employment-related cannabis tests; add defenses to criminal prosecutions; limit cooperation with federal investigations of authorized cannabis activities; and adopt other cannabis-related laws.


Initiative to the People 2015

http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/Initiatives.aspx?y=2015&t=p

~~Filed as: Cannabis for medical use 12

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1372 concerns marijuana, also known as cannabis.

This measure would create a board to license, regulate, and allow for medical cannabis production, processing, and sales; impose fees on licensees; adopt tax exemptions for medical cannabis; and adopt other cannabis-related laws.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would create a seven-member board to license and regulate commercial medical cannabis dispensers, producers, and processors; impose fees; adopt a tax exemption; allow cannabis use by minors; require video evidence of impairment to use THC blood concentration evidence; authorize use by non-residents; limit housing discrimination ; require siting of medical cannabis licensees by local governments; restrict employment-related testing; add defenses to criminal prosecutions; limit cooperation with federal investigations; and adopt other cannabis-related laws.


~~Filed as: Cannabis for medical use 13

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1374 concerns marijuana, also known as cannabis.

This measure would create a board to license, regulate, and allow for medical cannabis production, processing, and sales; impose fees on licensees; adopt tax exemptions for medical cannabis; and adopt other cannabis-related laws.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would create a seven-member board to license and regulate commercial medical cannabis dispensers, producers, and processors; impose fees; adopt a sales tax exemption; allow medical cannabis use by minors; authorize medical cannabis use by non-residents; limit housing discrimination for cannabis use; require siting of medical cannabis licensees by local governments; restrict employment-related cannabis tests; add defenses to criminal prosecutions; limit cooperation with federal investigations of authorized cannabis activities; and adopt other cannabis-related laws

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