Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 2
Legislation: A majority of Washington citizens voted in favor of medical marijuana in November 1998. “Fifty-nine percent of voters approved Measure 692 on November 3, 1998. The law took effect on that day. It removes state-level criminal penalties on the use, possession and cultivation of marijuana by patients who possess “valid documentation” from their physician affirming that he or she suffers from a debilitating condition and that the “potential benefits of the medical use of marijuana would likely outweigh the health risks.” Patients diagnosed with the following illnesses are afforded legal protection under this act: cachexia; cancer; HIV or AIDS; epilepsy; glaucoma; intractable pain (defined as pain unrelieved by standard treatment or medications); and multiple sclerosis. Other conditions are subject to approval by the Washington Board of Health. Patients (or their primary caregivers) may legally possess or cultivate no more than a 60-day supply of marijuan
a. The law does not establish a state-run patient registry.
Senate Bill 6032, which takes effect on July 22, 2007, mandates the Department of Health to “adopt rules defining the quantity of marijuana that could reasonably be presumed to be a sixty-day supply for qualifying patients.” The Department is instructed to report its findings to the legislature by July 1, 2008.
Patients who possess larger quantities of cannabis than those approved by the Department will continue to receive legal protection under the law if they present evidence indicating that they require such amounts to adequately treat their qualifying medical condition.
Senate Bill 6032 also affirms changes previously recommended by the state’s Medical Quality Assurance Commission to expand the state’s list of qualifying conditions to include Crohn’s disease, hepatitis c, and any “diseases, including anorexia, which results in nausea, vomiting, wasting, appetite loss, cramping, seizures, muscle spasms, and/or spasticity, when these symptoms are unrelieved by standard treatments or medications.”
The new law also limits the ability of police to seize medicinal cannabis that is “determined … [to be] possessed lawfully [by an authorized patients] under the … law.” Source: http://www.norml.com/index.cfm?Group_ID=4571&wtm_view=medical
Law Enforcement: The cops in Redmond are assholes but they usually just patrol the streets in their cars so there are places to smoke. On Friday and Saturday nights there are so many cops downtown that most people don’t like to smoke or even chill there.
Where to Buy Marijuana in Redmond, WA: hella people in Redmond smoke and do other stuff. The skatepark and firehouse are places where stoners congregate so you can ask around but if someone hooks you up they expect you to smoke them a bowl. Look for young people dressed in alternative clothing and/ or smoking cigarettes. There people will either be able to hook it up or know someone who can.
Redmond, WA Marijuana Prices: dubs: 20 and it usually weighs 1.7-1.9
eigths: 40 for 3.5-3.9
the pattern continues on but don’t even bother trying to get a dime because no one sells them.
Brands: Washington has some pretty good strains. Most of the time you will get good pot but not any special brand. On occasion dealers might have blueberry or purps but most likely they will add 5 dollars to the price for every 20 you pay I.E. a dub for 25 and an eighth for 50