There are any number of services that will deliver your dinner. Instacart will bring you groceries. Drizly will bring you wine. Amazon will even deliver you a chair to sit on while you eat and drink, all within hours of your ordering it all.
Seattle residents may soon be able to get marijuana delivered as well.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and City Attorney Pete Holmes are backing a new bill that would legalize marijuana delivery services in the city. House Bill 2368 sponsored by Rep. Chris Hurst, D-Enumclaw, would create a pilot program in Seattle to test out the system before making it available to a wider audience.
“The proposed pilot delivery program, along with increased enforcement of existing marijuana laws, will better protect customers, patients and business owners, while strengthening the legal marijuana industry,” Murray said in a statement Tuesday. [Read more at the Puget Sound Business Journal]