I will let you all watch it for yourself and decide. I just have two questions:
1) For Steve Elliott: You mentioned that Washington’s I-502 would, assuming it passes, set a dangerous precedent that other states would copy when they introduce legalization. You also point to other legalization initiatives in Colorado (A-64) and Oregon (M-80) as superior initiatives that you support. How, then, could I-502 become a precedent, unless the other two superior initiatives failed in the election? What would make Oregon and Colorado legalization fail at the ballot box and Washington legalization win at the ballot box in order for it to become a precedent?
2) For Kari Boiter: You mentioned that you were concerned about your impairment and had yourself tested, finding that you were above 10ng/ml, even after sleeping and having not consumed cannabis. Your doctor tested you and found you to not be impaired at that level. Do you drive in Washington State only after having slept an entire night and regardless, do you fear getting pulled over for suspected impairment today in your state? If the nightmare scenario of a profiling cop with a penchant for lying got you to the point of an arrest and a blood draw now and you came up at 10ng/ml or greater, do you think you could beat those charges today?