UPDATED: Mon., Nov. 16, 2020
Cannabis in Washington
- After nearly a decade in federal court, a man with a Spokane County marijuana charge has been sentenced to prison
- WSU studies on rats and marijuana among work tracked by state as officials consider updates to cannabis regulation
- Washington marijuana businesses see boost during pandemic
- A different kind of ‘4/20’: No large sales, crowds expected for marijuana holiday
Fri., Dec. 4, 2020
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In this otherwise strange year, one thing is for certain: Brandon Welk – Brando to his friends – will not let COVID-19 or anything else get in the way of his annual Christmas Toy Drive for needy families.
The year 2020 could be called the year of mixed blessings. It saw plenty of fear and uncertainty as COVID-19 ran rampant. It saw anger over lockdowns. It saw new rules governing where people can go and what they can wear on their faces. And unfortunately, it saw too many deaths.
Minutes before her husband’s sentencing hearing began, Andrea Davis bounced the couple’s third baby on her lap. After nine years of hearings, Davis seemed to have become an expert at soothing a child.
Vegetable glycerin is cool stuff – derived from vegetable fats, glycerin is a syrup-y clear liquid that’s sweet and odorless.
When I first tried cannabis tinctures a few years ago, I wrote them off as being ineffective.
With all the new technology available today, why are some states reverting to older methods when it comes to the packaging and labeling of legalized marijuana and CBD products? Specifically, QR (Quick Response) codes, or other scannable codes, which are now being required by several states on the packages that marijuana or CBD products come in.
It’s a good time to be a gamer.
Quincy Green, a family-owned, sungrown cannabis farm in Washington’s Columbia River basin, sees 300 days of sunshine per year.
Cannabis culture wasn’t part of Heather Cabot’s world, and any thoughts she may have had about weed were stoner stereotypes that don’t quite fit in our current environment at all.
Condiments are a fine way to get cannabis on your food without medicating the whole table.
Magic mushrooms are in the news again.
This is probably one of the most potent strains I have tried in the last few years of reviewing the legal offerings of our state.
Not feeling particularly cheery this year as we approach the holiday season? Wondering how to celebrate during a pandemic?
While researchers have linked cannabis use during pregnancy to low birth weight, attention issues, and other cognitive and behavioral issue in children, what are the impacts of cannabis on fertility?
There’s no denying COVID-19 has turned our world upside down.
As reopening phases continue, legal-use states could see a boost in tourism based on cannabis sales alone.
It all started with a potato chip.
In August, the University of Pittsburgh and Parallel, a multi-state cannabis company, announced plans to establish a 10-year clinical research program to study medical marijuana.
In previous times of hardship, political leaders sometimes promised a chicken in every pot. Nowadays we have a different kind of “pot” for tough situations!
Cannabis “lubes” are something of a misnomer, since they are actually topicals rather than lubes.
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