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  • Protesters ask to keep medical marijuana dispensaries open

    Some have HIV. Others suffer from cancer or chronic pain from car accidents and job injuries. One man burned most of his body in a gas explosion as a toddler …


  • Medical pot supplier raided

    As police pulled marijuana plants from the home of a medical marijuana supplier Thursday in north Spokane, a woman stood on a porch next door, smoking pot from a glass …


  • Police arrest medical-pot dispensary owners

    As police pulled marijuana plants from the home of a medical marijuana supplier Thursday in north Spokane, a woman stood on a porch next door, smoking pot from a glass …


  • Pot law to get court test

    A legal showdown over Washington’s medical marijuana law is taking shape in Spokane. At issue is a provision in the voter-approved law that allows caretakers to supply up to 1.5 …


  • SpoCannabis founder pleads not guilty to drug charges

    A legal showdown over Washington’s medical marijuana law is taking shape in Spokane. At issue is a provision in the voter-approved law that allows caretakers to supply up to 1 …


  • Medical marijuana seller busted during buying trip

    More than a thousand medical marijuana patients have purchased the drug at a small dispensary on Northwest Boulevard in Spokane in the nearly five months it’s been open. Business is …


  • Pot’s legal ambiguity clouds enforcement

    A thief kicked in his door, ransacked his kitchen and stole his 8-ounce marijuana stash. So the victim called police. But the difference between this Spokane man’s story and a …


  • Medical pot a challenge for law enforcement

    A thief kicked in his door, ransacked his kitchen and stole his eight-ounce marijuana stash. So the victim called police. But the difference between this Spokane man’s story and a …


  • Marijuana penalties subject of proposal in Wash. Legislature

    OLYMPIA – Civil liberties groups, medical marijuana supporters and a smattering of music festivalgoers may have reason to rejoice: The Legislature is considering a proposal that would effectively decriminalize possession …

 

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