The Seattle Cannabis Freedom March was established in 1999 by cannabis activists in Washington. Freedom marches are held in hundreds of cities throughout the world.
Many may ask why this march is still necessary in a state with legal recreational consumption.
Unfortunately, there are still numerous issues that have left cannabis users without critical options in the state such as growing your own medicine and consuming legally in apartments and hotels, without reasonable options for a safe legal location to consume.
In addition to these limitations, there are still incarcerated individuals on antiquated marijuana laws in many parts of the country that need to be freed and allowed to breath free air.
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