House bill would legalize marijuana delivery in Seattle

SEATTLE - Are you supposed to tip the guy who delivers your weed?

Seattle marijuana enthusiasts will have to figure that out soon if a bill in the House is ever signed into law.

House bill 2368 proposes that "five qualified, licensed marijuana retailers" be able to deliver pot in Washington cities of over 650,00 residents - which means, of course, Seattle.

Some Seattle leaders say there is already a thriving underground delivery market, which is undercutting both legitimate sales and the tax money that brings in. The city announced a crackdown on those services this week.

City attorney Pete Holmes floated the bill, in conjunction with Mayor Ed Murray. It was sponsored by Rep. Christopher Hurst and Rep. Cary Condotta.