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Strain of the Month: Oregon Diesel

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!

2 drug measures on Oregon ballot

 War veterans with PTSD, terminally ill patients and others suffering from anxiety are backing a ballot measure that would legalize controlled, therapeutic use in Oregon of psilocybin mushrooms, which they say has helped them immeasurably.

New coalition advocates for Washington’s cannabis companies

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.

Cannabis issues face voters in November

When asked by a Washington Examiner reporter in 2019 whether marijuana would be legalized under his watch, President Donald Trump kicked the matter back to the states to make their own decisions.

Keeping pace with Tyrone Ross Jr.

When most people read about Tyrone Ross’s life, they tend to focus on his achievements as a world-class athlete.

California braces for power shutoffs and warm, windy weekend

Firefighters and officials at California's largest utility company braced for hot, dry and windy weather in northern and central areas of the state this weekend that may fan the flames of several major wildfires or ignite new ones.

Efforts to unionize cannabis workers continue

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.