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DENVER — Talk about higher learning. A Colorado county is mulling whether to create what would be the world’s first public college scholarship program funded with marijuana money. Pueblo County is considering a 5 percent
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Agriculture has stopped issuing new permits to grow industrial hemp. The department announced Tuesday it won’t issue permits for the 2016 growing season until it has consulted
PORTLAND — It didn’t take long for an entrepreneur to combine two of Portland’s favorite things: marijuana and food carts. But state officials aren’t thrilled. The Oregon Health Authority on Monday said the Smoke Buddy,
2014: 1,001 2013: 1,070 2012: 1,305 2011: 1,537 2010: 1,626 2009: 2,216 Source: Washington State Patrol Smoking is clearly the popular way to consume marijuana, as demonstrated by the thousands of pounds of marijuana flower
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has uttered the phrase, the traffic safety commission adopted it as a slogan, and in some circles it’s reached catchphrase status: “Drive high and get a DUI.” But the reality is,
o No upswing seen in marijuana use among youths o New Vansterdam sharpens security measures When recreational marijuana was legalized, Washington entered the unknown, triggering questions — and predictions — about what might happen. Would
o No upswing seen in marijuana use among youths o Is marijuana dragging us down? When New Vansterdam opened in the Vancouver Heights neighborhood, nearby residents were concerned there would be an increase in crime.
COLVILLE — A northeastern Washington man at the center of a nationally watched medical marijuana case has died of pancreatic cancer, six months after the federal government dropped charges against him. Larry Harvey was 71.
With the sun rising and roosters crowing, Josh Miller rolls out of a bed tucked in a greenhouse full of lush marijuana plants and lights up a joint. That’s how the Seattle attorney starts his