Legalized marijuana in the Valley; For teens, drivers, Snoqualmie stays strict on pot use

When he started in law enforcement 30 years ago, Steve McCulley wouldn't have predicted the day when smoking marijuana would be legal. But last month, Initiative 502 changed things. Backed by 55 percent of Washington state voters, I-502 makes it legal to possess marijuana, in certain quantities. Snoqualmie police are adjusting to 502's new rules, which took effect Dec. 6. McCulley, Snoqualmie's Chief of Police, says his department will observe the letter of the law while maintaining strict enforcement for drivers and youth.