The University of Washington's Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute provides current and science-based information about marijuana, with a specific emphasis on knowledge focusing on the state of Washington. Access factsheets and resources at http://adai.washington.edu/marijuana/.
The American Civil Liberties Union and ACLU of Washington sponsored a public education campaign about marijuana laws, featuring an award-winning television program hosted by travel writer Rick Steves. Learn more about the history of our current marijuana prohibition and its impacts at Marijuana: It's Time for a Conversation
The King County Bar Association has led a high-level partnership of lawyers, doctors, pharmacists and other professionals in Washington to find more effective ways to reduce the harm and costs of drug abuse, and of the “War on Drugs” itself. What began as a transitory study of current drug laws has evolved into a comprehensive, long-term effort to bring about meaningful reform of drug policy on many levels. The principal objectives of this effort are: reductions in crime and public disorder; improvement of the public health; better protection of children; and wiser use of scarce public resources. Learn more at http://www.kcba.org/druglaw/.