Washington awards a Seattle company with a research license

An important development occurred last month without much attention: Washington state's Liquor and Cannabis Board awarded Verda Bio, a Seattle-based pharmaceutical company, with the state's first ever research license.

The Washington Cannabis Association hopes to ease restrictions on investors and entrepreneurs

While we can bicker about the size and color of our respective Red or Blue "waves" after November's midterm elections, there is one political movement that has been consistently gaining traction since 2012: the Green Wave.

How CBD has replaced my THC

One of the benefits of writing about cannabis has been access to products that I may have never even considered trying. I never was a big fan of edibles, but finding the right dosage of an Uncle Roaner's taffy edible has made decompressing at home a literal and figurative treat.

CBDs are washing over America

CBD is the fastest growing phenomena in health and living, not just in medicine.

Drinkables: Introducing the "Fore-Twenty"

Seeing as major beverage companies like Coca-Cola are preparing to get into the cannabis market, what better time to start looking for creative ways for pot enthusiasts to imbibe rather than simply toke?

Plummeting cannabis stocks shake confidence in the industry

As Canada's legalization remains in its honeymoon phase, the cannabis marketplace is apparently coming into focus enough for investors to begin accurately gauging the potential of the up-and-coming industry.

Bill Hunton hopes to light a fire under his homemade pipe business as he nears retirement

Tucked near the furnace in a small room in his basement, Bill Hunton handcrafts hundreds of clay pipes each year at a small work table, forming clay tubes around dowels and stamping geometric patterns and artistic animals into each one.

Just in time for fall, nine retro splatter flicks you can enjoy after a few tokes

As the air gets crisper and the days get shorter, I'm always in the mood for a horror movie.

After a scandal took out one of Washington's most influential politicians on pot legislation, who's next in line?

For several years, there was one key person in the Washington State House to talk to about marijuana legislation: Rep. David Sawyer of Tacoma.

Weed can be addictive; what that means for you

Attitudes toward marijuana have always been extreme.

Myths about marijuana debunked

As a shaggy-haired kid sitting in a circle with friends, the wild assertions abounded about the herb people were inhaling.

Cannabis is reaching new demographics

As with most consumer industries, the recreational cannabis world has often been dictated by large swaths of male demographics. Males in the 20-to-40 age range are often the most heavily targeted in ads, and weed sales are no different.

Reading the Tea Leaves: Everyone's seeing dollar signs

The future of cannabis is a hard thing to pin down.

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