Looking at Washington’s most recent recreational marijuana sales data, it’s easy to see how the young industry could become a multibillion moneymaker for the country if legalization continues to spread. Last fiscal year, Washington’s budding legal pot market
WASHINGTON — At the Cannabis Club Collective in Tacoma, Brian Caldwell has installed a top-of-the-line alarm system, motion sensors and a safe, hoping to protect the cash he collects from the 200-plus customers who buy
State lawmakers came pretty close Wednesday to finally passing a long-awaited bill that promises to shake up Washington’s recreational marijuana market. Then, they decided to table it for another day. Ah, the suspense… House Bill 2136
I was recently selected to sit on the Oregon Liquor Control Commission’s (“OLCC”) Wholesale Technical Advisory Committee. This committee will meet throughout the summer to craft regulations for Oregon’s recreational marijuana program under Measure 91.
A few days ago I removed a news story about “Spice” (a dubious over-the-counter drug) from Cannabis Chronicles after it was automatically pulled from our Associated Press wire service feed. And here’s why: The story