A Case Study of Seattle’s Recreational Marketplace The United States is voting green, and I don’t mean for Ralph Nader. The chaos that followed in the wake of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and President Donald Trump’s combined rhetoric in 2016 has fizzled out. Marijuana is going to continue doing what it’s always done: spread toRead More
Seattle Will Vacate More Than 500 Convictions for Marijuana Possession, Saying They Unfairly Impact People of Color
Critics of drug-possession prosecutions often argue that they unfairly target people of color. Seattle, where recreational use of marijuana was legalized in 2012, is doing something about it.
JoAnna McKee, a pioneering medical marijuana activist in Washington state who went to sometimes difficult lengths to obtain the drug for the patients she served, has died at age 74.
Finding some good pot to celebrate 4/20 with isn’t as easy in other places as it is for us.
Bingo was never that interesting.
The City of Seattle will once again push for legal marijuana delivery but this time for the entire state.
It wasn’t long ago that recreational cannabis was illegal in this state. Then came legalization.
DeepCell Industries, a Seattle startup that helps develop technology for cannabis-infused products and brands, has raised $410,000 to fuel growth.
Ian Eisenberg runs the state’s busiest pot shop, Uncle Ike’s in Seattle, with the audacity of a circus master.
Cannabis candies, concentrates, tinctures, e-cigs and top shelf grows: marijuana retail products are exploding and prices are coming down in pot shops. The customer base is broadening too.