Another day, another giant loophole in the state’s recreational marijuana law.
This time it’s a “Puff, Pass Paint” class at an artists collective building in Everett.
It’s a BYOC — as in bring your own cannabis in whatever form — affair open to those 21 and older, but its originator notes that weed consumption is not required.
It’s a variation on those painting “studios” where guests are invited to bring their own wine for a birthday or bachelorette party, get giggly and throw paint on canvas. Except now the intoxicating substance is marijuana — whose regulation the state is desperately trying to get a handle on (see above).
Problem is, new plans and schemes for doing an end run around the new state law are growing up, well, like weed.
“We only have jurisdiction over those establishments we license,” a spokeswoman for the state Cannabis Control Commission told the Herald. “This would