Washington State Liquor Control Board Rules Now Prohibit Marijuana Consumption in Liquor Licensed Premises: Implications for Licensed Hotel Properties

By | Duff on Hospitality Law | December 19, 2014
Washington State Liquor Control Board Rules Now Prohibit Marijuana Consumption in Liquor Licensed Premises: Implications for Licensed Hotel Properties

Since Washington voters passed I-502 in 2012, there has been much discussion concerning how hoteliers should respond to guests who seek to use (or are caught using) marijuana on a hotel property, either in a public area or in a guest room. Could a hotel even promote itself as friendly to marijuana tourists?

Congressional Response to President Obama’s Announcement On Future Relations with Cuba

Congressional Response to President Obama’s Announcement On Future Relations with Cuba

In a Miami Herald article published today (http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/cuba/article4593007.html), Congressional opposition to President Obama’s announcement that the U.S. will lay out “a new course in our relations with Cuba” was discussed.