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In this graphic provided by the Washington State Liquor Control Board, a logo that will be used for labeling legal marijuana produced in Washington state is shown. Officials released a preliminary draft of regulations for growing and selling legalized marijuana Thursday, May 16, 2013. Voters last November made Washington and Colorado the first states to legalize the sale of taxed marijuana to adults over 21 at state-licensed stores.

PM Bellingham 9/4/13

The state sets rules for how many recreational marijuana stores will be allowed, Washington upgrades its voter registration program, and…

plane take off

PM Bellingham 9/3/13

Washington residents will be able purchase health care exchanges in less a month, and residents near the Bellingham International Airport…

Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee, left, is joined by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson as he talks to the media in Olympia, Wash. about the federal government's announcement that it will not sue to stop Washington and Colorado from taxing and regulating recreational marijuana for adults, on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013. Last fall, voters made both states the first in the country to legalize the sale of marijuana to adults over 21 at state-licensed stores. The states are creating rules for the system, with sales expected to begin early next year.

PM Bellingham 8/29/13

The Dept. of Justice gives its decision on how to handle states that want to legalize pot, and WWU campus…

Auction Gavel

PM Bellingham 8/28/13

KGMI’s Legal Analyst breaks down the sentencing of the shooter in the Fort Hood massacre, and a program at Western…

hospital room

PM Bellingham 8/27/13

Peace Health announces they will be making some layoffs due to budget shortfalls, and the Gateway Pacific Terminal may be…

test school

PM Bellingham 8/26/13

Test scores for Washington students are released, and an expert says the city of Lynden could soon be supplying drinking…

prison

PM Bellingham 8/23/13

KGMI Legal Analyst and expert on military law Jeffery Lustick breaks down the recent sentencing of Robert Bales and Bradley…

Photo provided by the Port of Bellingham

PM Bellingham 8/22/13

A local longshoreman tells the Bellingham Port Commission that Bellingham’s waterfront should continue to be used for heavy industry, and…

kayak

PM Bellingham 8/21/13

State officials are apologizing for saying they may release a mentally-ill violent criminal from Whatcom County, and a local kayaker…

airport parking sign

PM Bellingham 8/19/13

The Port of Bellingham could decide if airport shuttle operators should pay higher tariffs, and Bellingham’s Assumption Catholic School reaches…

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