(a strain sniffer at New Vansterdam)
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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

In what seems like a good sign that the statewide recreational marijuana shortage is improving, both of Vancouver’s pot shops will be open this weekend, each with about 15 strains available from different growers. Main

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(A lawsuit by Liz Hallock claims that outdoor growers in the Spokane area have been colluding to fix marijuana prices)
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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

I got a chance to go over and visit with Farmer Tom Lauerman, a Vancouver organic medical grower, on Wednesday afternoon. Lauerman’s farm, which isn’t supplying I502 recreational stores (although he is trying to license

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Sour Diesel - Peninsula Cannabis - Harsh smoke, very rough on the throat. I also tried Blue Dream from this grower and had a similar experience. I was warned by New Vansterdam that it was most likely harvested early, so at least they were up front about it.
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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Alex Redbud on Facebook has been trying several pot strains from different growers that she’s purchased at Vancouver’s two shops, Main Street Marijuana and New Vansterdam. She shared her pictures of those products with us

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(Customers have frequently lined the block around Main Street Marijuana to buy new products)
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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Some folks have complained that they don’t want us to cover marijuana issues, that they want us to not write about stores or growers or strains. Apologies if you’re offended, but we will continue to

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(Pamela Luminaire smokes a joint Saturday at Mint Tea on Main Street, where patrons can smoke marijuana in designated areas, in Vancouver. -Natalie Behring)
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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Justin Runquist, The Columbian’s small cities reporter, has another great story today about the legalities of Mint Tea’s pot smoking tent. Beyond the story in today’s paper, Justin checked in with Jenna Eckert, Mint Tea’s

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(Photo by Zachary Kaufman/The Columbian)
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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

They’re baaaaack. Main Street Marijuana reopened Monday after last week’s standoff against price gouging and bad quality product. Prices remain high, but at least there are more assurances for the consumer about quality. And growers

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(CannaSol Farms product on the left, Monkey Grass Farms on the right, -Alex Redbud)
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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

I had an educational discussion with one of our Facebook readers this past weekend and wanted to pass along some of the information to you folks. Alex Redbud (which may or may not be her

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(Sunshine Weinnmann, center, smokes a pipe with marijuana Saturday at Mint Tea. -Natalie Behring)
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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

No police showed up to arrest anybody at the first official “cannabis friendly” event at Mint Tea since the first marijuana store in Vancouver, Main Street Marijuana, opened down the block on July 9. It

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Curious about what folks in Southwest Washington are looking for at Vancouver’s two neighborhood pot shops? Jessica Lenderts at Leafly asked the folks there to compile some stats from their Website for Cannabis Chronicles. Here’s

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Farmer Tom Lauerman, an organic medical grower in Vancouver, has offered to do a series of pot strain reviews for us here at Cannabis Chronicles. He did his second review for us on a strain

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