DENVER — Microscopic bugs and mildew can destroy a marijuana operation faster than any police raid. And because the crop has been illegal for so long, neither growers nor scientists have any reliable research to
OLYMPIA — A new state law bans open containers of marijuana in vehicles starting Sept. 26. The News Tribune says the new law means loose joints, open bags of bud or partially consumed packages of
SEATTLE — A second police study of marijuana-use tickets in Seattle has found that men and blacks are most likely to be ticketed. The results were similar to the first study after pot was legalized
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.
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.
SEATTLE — Fifteen unlicensed King County marijuana shops are on notice that they are violating the law. The King County prosecutor and sheriff announced on Wednesday that they are cracking down on these stores after
The fine folks over at Main Street Marijuana are looking for edible testers for a video they’re recording soon. The video will feature people trying edibles for the first time and would love those who