The marijuana industry is finally beginning to experience meaningful movement on the national level, slowly chipping away at federal prohibition. With the most recent Cole Memo, FinCEN guidelines, legalization in two additional states and D.C.,
Glass pipes weren’t exactly common back 30 years ago when I was smoking lousy black market brick weed in my home state of Massachusetts. Back then, smoking usually involved a metal or wood pipe, complete
Last week, I received a call from a publicly traded, non-U.S. company that has developed a beverage containing CBD (cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive cannabinoid in cannabis). The company plans to produce this beverage in California and
Washington’s highest grossing pot shop is going all out to celebrate its first birthday with a weekend-long party. New Vansterdam, the second recreational marijuana store to open in Vancouver, turns one year old on Saturday.
Welcome to Friday Deals. It’s a big weekend at Vancouver’s two oldest pot shops, Main Street Marijuana and New Vansterdam, as each are celebrating their first birthdays. Main Street’s was yesterday, and Saturday is the
Big news out of Washington, D.C. today for the recreational marijuana industry, as Congress is mulling over a bill that would allow banks to work with legal pot businesses. Banking has been a huge challenge
Today, Vancouver’s oldest and busiest pot shop, Main Street Marijuana, celebrates its first birthday. The store opened a year ago today with hundreds of eager customers lining up along the sidewalk waiting to get in.
An incredible amount happened in Oregon’s marijuana (and hemp) space leading up to the close of the legislative session on Monday, July 6. Though HB 3400 was certainly the largest piece of the puzzle—as it
June turned out to be another record-breaking month for Washington’s recreational pot industry, and Main Street Marijuana reigned supreme, making more than $1.76 million worth of sales. The small store in Vancouver’s Uptown Village surpassed