Different Approaches, Different Results CO & WA
Oct01

Different Approaches, Different Results CO & WA

The first two states to re-legalize took different approaches to the task.  How's that playing out?   "We're not doing well because we don't have anything to sell," said James Lathrop, owner of Cannabis City in Seattle. "It's really an insane business." Washington's tough approach to regulating marijuana growers and retailers means only 60 marijuana-store licenses have been granted, and it's unclear exactly how many of them have...

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Wyclef Jean Wrote Mike Dunafon’s Campaign Song
Sep30

Wyclef Jean Wrote Mike Dunafon’s Campaign Song

Colorado is electing a governor in a few weeks.  Here's an interesting independent, pro-cannabis candidate with an official campaign song.  Enjoy.  

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Snoop Talks to Charlo Greene
Sep29

Snoop Talks to Charlo Greene

The lady made a splash when she quit on-air. Now, she's talking.  

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Washington Black Market Still in Business
Sep26

Washington Black Market Still in Business

In time the black market for cannabis will go into decline.  In time . . .   Although recreational marijuana proponents often argue that legalizing and taxing cannabis will help undercut illegal sales, there’s still a long way to go before the black market is completely eliminated. That point was driven home last weekend outside the Seattle recreational marijuana shop Cannabis City, when police were called about a man who was...

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Nevada MMJ to Allow Reciprocity
Sep25

Nevada MMJ to Allow Reciprocity

Bring your mmj prescription when you visit Vegas.  You'll soon be able to fill your out-of-state prescription when you are in Nevada.   [Nevada MMJ] allows any legally registered MMJ patient from anywhere in the world to purchase marijuana in any of those [Nevada] dispensaries. It’s called “reciprocity,” and only a few other states in the country have it, but to varying degrees. Maine, for example, allows for reciprocity, but...

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D.C. Poll Numbers Encouraging
Sep25

D.C. Poll Numbers Encouraging

We keep hearing the vote in D.C. will be close, but this poll finds otherwise.   A ballot measure to legalize possession of marijuana in Wasington D.C. got a boost on Thursday when a new poll released by The Washington Post/NBC4/Marist found that 65% of registered voters support the initiative, with 33% opposed and just 2% unsure. Initiative 71 would permit possession of up to two ounces of marijuana and allow D.C. residents to...

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