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Tomorrow at 7 p.m., eight of the biggest names in Washington's cannabis-law-reform movement will be on hand to discuss what's next for pot in the

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Seattle Weekly and KCTS 9 Bring Rick Steves, John McKay, Others To Stage for "Toke Signals: The Future of Marijuana in Washington State"

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Tomorrow at 7 p.m., eight of the biggest names in Washington's cannabis-law-reform movement will be on hand to discuss what's next for pot in the Evergreen State.

The event is called Toke Signals: The Future of Marijuana in Washington State.

And there's still time for you to submit questions.

The forum will go down at KCTS 9's studio near the Seattle Center and will feature panelists from a wide range of backgrounds, including:

John McKay -- Former U.S. Attorney and Seattle University Law Professor.

Rick Steves -- Author, PBS travel correspondent and Marijuana law reform advocate.

Steve Elliott -- Seattle Weekly's "Toke Signals" columnist & Toke of the Town blog Editor.

Roger Goodman -- Washington State Representative

Josh Berman -- Washington Cannabis Association and a co-founder of the 4evergreen Group.

Roger Roffman -- Director of University of Washington's Innovative Programs Research Group and longtime researcher into cannabis use and abuse.

Alison Holcomb -- Drug Policy Director at ACLU of Washington.

Doug Hiatt -- Public Defense Attorney and longtime legalization advocate.

The forum will be moderated by KCTS9 9's own Enrique Cerna and the questions will come from us, the television station, and, of course, from readers like you.

Unfortunately tickets for the event sold out extremely quickly and there are no more seats available to watch the forum live.

The discussion will be recorded, however, and video from it will be posted here as soon as we're able.

In the meantime, be sure to follow the discussion live on Twitter (#TokeSignals) and on Facebook; and submit your questions for the panel to tokesignals@seattleweekly.?com.

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