Washington state may have already been viewed as a popular future destination by some because it’s one of two states that has legalized the commercial sale and recreational use of marijuana. (Pot isn’t yet legally available for sale, but is expected to be this year.)
But Washington state could be a much more fun place to visit because you’ll be able to drive on the highway without getting stuck behind “left lane squatters,” who are either clueless about the purpose of a passing lane or have taken it upon themselves to enforce the speed limit on the citizenry and try to get other drivers to slow down.
According to Seattle’s Fox TV affiliate KCPQ, Washington state troopers are pulling over drivers who move slowly in the left lane, rather than remain in the right lane except to pass. If you’re not passing traffic on the right and there’s an opening in that right lane, move it on over.
Troopers are actually enforcing a state law by doing so and will either issue a verbal warning or a c...