Many industries have advocacy or networking groups, and now Washington’s cannabis industry does too. The Craft Cannabis Coalition, a non-profit organization based out of Tacoma, started a year ago with a goal of supporting and advocating for marijuana businesses statewide.
BOISE – The U.S. Air Force violated environmental laws by not adequately studying how noise from military jets coordinating exercises with plain-clothed soldiers on the ground in Idaho could harm humans and wildlife, a judge has ruled.
With Washington's legal marijuana sales seeing a boost during the pandemic, a legislative committee that oversees the industry is studying whether to increase the amount of information on product labels and keeping track of the growing number of studies taxes from those sales support.
Typically, as August rolls in, we start to think about “back-to-school” which can mean heading to a college campus or getting younger kids prepped for another K-12 year. But this year, nothing about “going back to school” will be typical.
Attempts to unionize Washington’s cannabis industry workers hit a couple of stumbling blocks this year – including the state Legislature and a global pandemic – but union officials say these are just minor delays.