We should know by Friday afternoon whether the campaign to legalize marijuana in Washington has a good chance of making it to the November ballot.
What time Friday? 4:20 p.m., of course.
The secretary of state’s office says that’s when supporters of Initiative 1068 plan to turn in petition signatures, 40 minutes before the deadline.
But it will be a close call whether they have enough names: The appointment is “tentative,” and the campaign says it has about 200,000 signatures, according to the secretary of state’s office. Initiatives need 241,153 valid signatures to get on the ballot, and usually …