Washington: Marijuana measure will be on city ballot

A proposed initiative that seeks to minimize enforcement of marijuana-related offenses in Tacoma has qualified for the city’s November ballot. Tacoma Initiative No. 1 today surpassed the required goal of 3,858 valid signatures from registered city voters,  the Pierce County Auditor’s office confirmed. “The petition was determined to be sufficient with a total of 3,934 valid signatures verified,” Pierce County Elections Manager Michael Rooney wrote in an official letter of verification to City Clerk Doris Sorum.

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