Via second hand knowledge, I am under the impression that many Medical Marijuana functions/gatherings have in the past have had outdoor party/catering style tents set up for patients to use their doctor recommended cannabis, and have not been prosecuted under the "public view" clause in the 1998 law. See: Cannabis farmers market (http://cannabisfarmersmarkets.com/
), which I am under the impression has a set up like this. Whether this "public view" clause has survived or has become more restrictive after Gov. Gregoire's partial veto last friday, I cannot recall of the top of my head. So hypothetically, If a TD were to have a tent or other structure without windows somewhere near the event, where authorized patients could medicate, 100% out of public view, the PDGA would have to address the issue personally, rather than defer to state law. But this is all pushing the envelope, not something I would personally advocate for an all ages, open to the public tourney. As an aside, It would be great if more of the less challenging courses in our area (typically flat courses) had paved trails for wheel chair/handicapped access to the baskets, so we could share our sport with those who have lost their legs.