Complicated process looms over new marijuana legalization law

Complicated process looms over new marijuana legalization law
FILE -- This Sept. 2, 2012 photo shows marijuana growing in a grow house in Denver. Pot smokers in Colorado were the biggest winners in the vote that legalized the drug. Now state regulators are working out the details of exactly how to tax it, so the benefits are shared statewide in the form of increased revenue. A state panel meets Thursday to draft final recommendations based on the voter-approved marijuana legalization question that asked for excise taxes up to 15 percent to fund school construction.(AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)

Olympia lawmakers grapple with the legal and regulatory logistics of the recently passed marijuana legalization law, I-502. A key lawmaker has some ideas to amend the legalization, but it requires a 2/3rds vote of the Olympia legislature. St. Rep. Chris Hurst joins substitute host Phil Vandervort to talk about the on-going process of making the marijuana law fit with federal law and the spirit of the law voters decided on last November.