UPDATED: Sat., Sept. 22, 2018, 9:25 a.m.
Cannabis in Washington
- Arrest made in more than 100 synthetic pot overdoses in Connecticut park
- Synthetic pot seen as a public health danger
- Garbage from Washington state’s booming pot industry clogs gutters, sewers and landfills
- 1st year of Nevada marijuana sales exceeds expectations
- Lebanon’s cannabis heartland, Bekaa, hopes for legalization
UPDATED: Tue., April 18, 2017, 3:04 p.m.
- A big thing marijuana opponents warned you about is definitely not happening
- Doctors once treated alcoholism with heroin. Now, they want to treat heroin addiction with marijuana.
- Doug Clark: Spokane’s Cip Paulsen has gone from busted cocaine kingpin to legalized marijuana magnate
- Marijuana farmers, including Spokane City Council member, hinge hopes on harvest
- Marijuana archives
National pot news
UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 5, 2018, 2:14 p.m.
- Pot industry frets, then shrugs off Sessions’ new policy
- Recreational pot dispensary offers drive-thru in Las Vegas
- Wildfires scorched marijuana crops, possibly complicating California’s rollout of legal sales
- Alaska communities weigh pot bans 3 years after legalization
- Legal loophole in D.C. creates bizarre pot bazaar
One of the positive side effects cited by cannabis advocates is heightened creativity.
In the last year, Don Grant learned more than he ever thought possible about growing cannabis – and he’s been growing it for a significant part of his life.
In some ways, Blue Roots Cannabis acts like a small-scale grower but in a big space.
In the brave new world of legal cannabis, something called CBD is receiving more attention.
You can pretty much order anything online these days.
A decade after first appearing in the United States, synthetic marijuana is seen as a growing health danger.
When the City of Lakewood’s City Council banned all cannabis retailers from opening within city limits, those who had already received a state license to set up shop there were unsure how to proceed.
What many call the world’s most sophisticated cannabis/reform ‘protestival’ returns to Myrtle Edwards Park and Elliot Bay Park in Seattle Aug. 17-19.
Actor/director Kevin Smith is hoping a new cannabis-themed TV show will appeal to all sorts of viewers, who also will have a role in whether new episodes are filmed.
Bring up the topic of taxes at any cocktail party or the nearest water cooler, and the discussion eventually seems to turn to why all of our state’s problems haven’t been solved, yet, with all that tax money coming in from legal cannabis sales.
It’s time once again for the grass-filled quads of academia to be swarmed by scholars from near and far, and like many intellectuals of the past, the incoming student body likely has on its mind one of the great quandaries of our generation: CAN WE SMOKE WEED ON CAMPUS?!
Nevada regulators and industry insiders say the state’s first year of broad marijuana legalization has exceeded even their highest expectations, with sales and tax collections already surpassing year-end projections by 25 percent.
Pot advocates celebrated the culmination of a yearslong effort to ease restrictions on the use of cannabis last month when nearly 60 percent of Oklahoma voters approved medical marijuana.
The agency overseeing Oregon’s legal medical marijuana industry conceded in a report Thursday it has not provided effective oversight of growers and others in the industry, creating opportunities for weed to be diverted to the black market.
When Patrick Seifert learned 22 U.S. veterans were committing suicide daily, it changed his world and inspired him to do more.
There’s nothing like water to relax you.
Getting drunk and playing with a gun is a bad idea, as is taking too many pain pills and then deciding to go hunting.
One of the challenges with those trying to regulate Washington’s legal cannabis marketplace or those being regulated by it is that it’s distinctly different than many other industries.
The team at Fire House Productions describes their business as “flying under the radar” for the last few years.
A Canadian man who leased helicopters and used them to run a cross-border drug-shipping empire, helping meet the American West’s appetite for high-grade marijuana before states began legalizing the drug, has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
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