The legalization of marijuana has been a hot topic in the United States for years.

Many states have already legalized marijuana for medical and recreational use, but interstate commerce has remained a sticking point. However, a recent development in Washington State has given the industry new hope.

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WA State Gov. Jay Inslee (D) signed a bill that will allow interstate marijuana commerce,  reported Marijuana Moment.

The bill, introduced by Sen. Ann Rivers which was passed by the Washington Legislature in April, will only go into effect once federal policy changes are made to allow for the transfer of cannabis across state lines.

The governor also urged Congress to modernize national marijuana laws, stating that federal legalization would help the well-regulated …

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