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Regulators, industry try to unsnarl mess of cannabis synthetics

Frustration and confusion are high in the cannabis industry nationally due to how to properly classify and regulate products made by chemically modifying the cannabis plant, including one method that creates a compound known as Delta 8.

Cooking with Cannabis: Burnt Stone(d) fruit with cheese

Happy, happy summer to you all my darlings! I hope this finds you happy and enjoying everything good about this time of year. Especially now that things are really opening up and we’re able to see more people, life just feels so much better.

The State of Weed: Cross-country journey shows range of marijuana markets

I have been a resident of the Evergreen State for decades, but recently had the pleasure of visiting New England where I grew up, and then driving back home. While visiting 14 states and stopping at a few cannabis dispensaries along the way, I started thinking about the state of cannabis and how legal supply and demand is growing across the nation.

Who’s in? California recall candidate list draws confusion

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The official list of who's running in California's recall election of Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom remained unsettled Sunday, with conservative talk radio host Larry Elder maintaining he should be included and state officials giving no details as to why he wasn't.

Column: A few puffs and a bad rule do Sha’Carri Richardson in

She could have — make that should have — been a breakout star in an Olympics desperate for any kind of positive jolt. Sha'Carri Richardson has the look and she has the goods, and it wasn’t out of the question to picture her walking around Tokyo with a pair of gold medals draped around her neck.

Commentary: Sha’Carri Richardson’s suspension from the Olympics shows how wild, crazy, and ridiculous anti-doping rules can be

PHILADELPHIA – If you’re weighing in on or merely contemplating the story of Sha’Carri Richardson – the 21-year-old sprinter who won the 100-meter dash at the U.S. Olympic Trials only to be disqualified, because of a positive marijuana test, from competing in the event at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo this month – it’s probably a good idea to keep one name in mind: