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As director of Washington’s Liquor and Cannabis Board, Rick Garza oversees the implementation and supervision of a billion-dollar industry that didn’t exist legally five years ago. He and LCB officials statewide ensure everything is done properly at the consumer, retailer and producer level, and also have been looking ahead to how this industry can and should grow, along with paying attention to other states.
Cookies, brownies or candies may seem like the only options for edibles, but some companies are providing alternatives especially for health-conscious consumers, or at least those who want something beyond sweet.
Don't look to Hollywood history for a nuanced depiction of the average marijuana user.
Though many films depict casual and medicinal practices, the more memorable marijuana-infused movies tend to follow the “stoner comedy” template: a pair of lovable losers embark on quests for simple pleasures – usually good food or more pot. Expect a bizarre fantasy sequence or two, an out-of-their-league romantic interest and an uptight villain who just needs to loosen up, man.
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