A customer smiles as he completes his purchase during the first day of recreational marijuana sales in Thurston County at 420 Carpenter east of Lacey on July 11, 2014. Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said he is prepared to “defend the will of Washington voters,” amid talk of “greater enforcement” of federal marijuana law nationwide at Thursday’s White House news briefing.
A customer smiles as he completes his purchase during the first day of recreational marijuana sales in Thurston County at 420 Carpenter east of Lacey on July 11, 2014. Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said he is prepared to “defend the will of Washington voters,” amid talk of “greater enforcement” of federal marijuana law nationwide at Thursday’s White House news briefing. Tony Overman Staff file, 2014
A customer smiles as he completes his purchase during the first day of recreational marijuana sales in Thurston County at 420 Carpenter east of Lacey on July 11, 2014. Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said he is prepared to “defend the will of Washington voters,” amid talk of “greater enforcement” of federal marijuana law nationwide at Thursday’s White House news briefing. Tony Overman Staff file, 2014

State attorney general vows to defend Washington’s recreational pot laws

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