On May 8, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn partner Christine Masse joined Governor Jay Inslee, along with tribal and state leaders, for the signing of HB 2000. Masse testified in favor of HB 2000 which authorizes the governor to enter into agreements with federally recognized Indian tribes in the state of Washington concerning marijuana. Masse is the leader of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn’s government and regulatory affairs practice group and specializes in representing businesses in highly regulated industries with their transactional, regulatory, and public policy needs. She also leads the firm’s tribal team, providing counsel to various Northwest Native American tribes and organizations on gaming, regulatory, real property, construction, financing, tax, liquor, marijuana, and economic development issues.
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