Dunno, I'm out of the loop being that I don't really do marijuana smokes. I do know that pro-legalization groups such as Sensible Washington
aren't happy with the law that was passed because A) people can't grow their own plants forcing users to rely on state licensed stores or the black market and B) there is a 5 ng/ml THC blood test that is going to be used for driving under the influence. This means that a user that could smoke a joint three days previous to driving and then go to jail for DUID while driving perfectly sober. The law was a voter initiative so the legislature can't touch it for two years, so these issues won't be fixed for a while and innocent users will still end up in jail.
Colorado passed a much better law in those regards.
Also, the Eastern WA federal prosecutor had medical marijuana dispensaries raided last year due to federal law conflicting with state law. http://www.komonews.com/news/local/120912454.html
This means that more states need to pass medical and recreational legalization laws to force this to become a states rights issue recognized by the federal government.
I suppose its thread lock time. Thanks Keltik, you dick!