Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Think Out Loud called me for a radio interview today on cannabis issues in Washington. The first stores should open on July 8. Here’s the link if anyone’s interested: [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/156015716″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true”
So the manager of the first retail pot store in Washington State announced he’ll be ready to open in Spokane on July 1. Here’s the story on The Columbian’s website about that: Marijuana retail store
I just read this piece from Al Jazeera America that looks into the legality of city and (one would assume) county bans on marijuana businesses. Since unicorporated Clark County has banned marijuana businesses and several
Looks like the Clark County Commission has banned marijuana facilities – growers, processors and retail stores – in unincorporated parts of the county (see Tyler Graf’s story below). The ruling won’t affect the six stores
Marijuana farmers may not be able to use federal water for their crops, but that likely won’t affect Clark County growers, the region’s only licensed grower said. Brian Stroh, owner of CannaMan Farms, Vancouver’s first
By Justin Runquist, Columbian small cities reporter Local business owner Loren Carlson is ready to take a pioneering step into Washington’s fledgling marijuana industry by opening one of the first pot shops in Clark County.
On Wednesday a neuroscience study came out that indicates smoking marijuana changes the size and shape of the brain’s nucleus accumbens, the reward processing center, and the amygdala, which processes emotion. The study found that