I don’t use the stuff. Never have, never will.
I know many people who have medical prescriptions to use of wacky tobacy for relief of pain.
I think Walla Walla County needs to get with the program. The people of the state have spoken. Get the places open. The cities and counties need to get the areas identified so the people wanting to open stores, process or grow can do so.
If the cities, counties and state won’t open the market, the dealers will continue to sell on the sly. How much money is the county losing every day? What is it going to take for the county and city fathers to listen to the people?
Is it going to require a lawsuit?
I suspect that is being discussed right now by many people and lawyers. Why would the county not fulfill the law passed by the people? Why haven’t the governments of Washington state not complied with the wishes of the people?
Are officials still mad about losing control of the liquor? Colorado got its act together. Why can’t Washington? Just wondering!
Warren E. Ewing