Although the third to legalize cannabis in the United States, the sophisticated state of the industry is at its peak in Oregon.
Two people from the Portland area founded a new a delivery service, and it’s not food-based.
It’s a category that used to begin and end with the bone-dry pot brownie, served in a college dorm room. Laurie Wolf is a leader in its gourmet revolution.
When Eliav Cohen looks at his stash, he sees beyond the buds, leaves and stems. In his mind’s eye, cannabis is a lush emerald valley, a crimson pistil inferno and a trichome diamond field.
Marijuana could soon be ordered to your door like delivery food in Portland, Ore. after lawmakers eased regulations prohibiting businesses from conducting the practice.
In a suite one flight above the bustling main street of Farmington
The first “cannabis campus” just opened in Portland
HunnyMilk smoothly avoids legal hurdles to bring you American comfort food, marijuana, and Saturday morning cartoons.
Uncle Spliffy made his keynote remarks to the attendees at the Cannabis Collaborative Conference Thursday morning.
Last week the United States Postal Service issued a memo out of its Portland offices with a warning to newspapers stating that continuing to print paid advertisements for marijuana dispensaries could put them in violation of the United States federal government, even if the newspaper is printed in a state where cannabis is legal.