The Suquamish Tribe and the Washington State Liquor-Cannabis Board have agreed to terms on the nation's first state-tribal marijuana compact, in what Board Chair Jane Rushford says will be a model for future state-tribal compacts. The 10-year agreement will govern the production, processing and sale of cannabis on the Tribe's land located in Kitsap County, Washington. Under the terms of the compact, a tribal tax equivalent to the state excise tax will be applied to sales of cannabis to non-tribal customers on Suquamish tribal lands. The compact will head next to Governor Jay Inslee for approval. A bill passed by the 2015 Legislature allows the governor to enter into marijuana agreements with federally-recognized tribes in Washington state.