Smoke 'em if you got 'em, marry 'em if you love 'em!
Questions about our state's two new laws legalizing gay marriage and pot?
Starting at midnight tonight, same-sex marriage will be legal in Washington. You probably know that there's a three-day waiting period here -- you can't actually get hitched until three days after you get a license. But marriage license offices in King and Thurston Counties will open at 12:01 a.m. so you can get the ball rolling ASAP.
Here's a good page of specifics if you're contemplating tying the knot with someone who has the same nasty bits as you.
And here's a bunch of questions answered that are mostly about how the same-sex marriage law in Washington works in terms of the other 49 states.
Meanwhile, as you know, marijuana will be legal for personal use in quantities of an ounce or less beginning at mindight, too. It's still illegal to purshase pot, which makes for an interesting contradiction; you can ponder that while you're firing up that first legal spliff.
Anyway, click here for answers
to the most common questions about how things are going to go when the chronic is legal here in the Evergreen State.
Tags : Locations : King, Thurston, Washington