Historic Industrial Hemp Planting & Hemp Farming Educational Event in Moses Lake on 5/24/17

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WASHINGTON: May 2017 brings with it the first legal planting of the versatile, valuable industrial hemp oilseed and fiber crop in Washington State in approximately 90 years. The Washington Chapter of the Hemp Industries Association (HIA) will host a full day historic industrial hemp planting and hemp farming educational event in Moses Lake on May 24, 2017. Among Read the full article…

Hemp Industry Expert To Speak At Thurston County Committee Meeting

“The growing demand for hemp could make it an important crop for Thurston County farmers,” Beckerman said in a news release.

WASHINGTON: The Thurston County Agriculture Advisory Committee will host a speaker from the Washington Hemp Industries Association on Thursday. Joy Beckerman will talk about the latest state and federal legislation affecting hemp, as well as industry and global economic trends concerning the sale and production of hemp. “The growing demand for hemp could make it an Read the full article…

Set The Truth Free – Cannabis Science Now!

“The work’s not done, man! Sure you and I can buy outrageously expensive herb at stores here in town, but the Feds think it’s a felony and a hard-core narcotic! Six-hundred and eighty-thousand Americans were arrested last year for marijuana-related offenses! Our war veterans don’t have access to it to help with their PTSD, and parents are having their kids taken away for using it as medicine all over the country!”

By Vivian McPeak WASHINGTON: Before cannabis was prohibited in the early 20th century, it was one of the most widely prescribed botanical medicines in the pharmacopeia. Its safety has been supported by the fact that humans have used it therapeutically for thousands of years. Not content with just prohibiting the sale, manufacture, & use of cannabis, Read the full article…

Cannabis Freedom March In Seattle Is Saturday May 9th

The Cannabis Freedom March is Sat May 8th 11am-7pm

WASHINGTON: Medical marijuana is undergoing a sea change in Washington State after Governor Inslee signed SB 5052 into law, officially putting the state’s unregulated mmj dispensary system under the oversight of the LCB (Liquor and Cannabis Board) and integrating it into the I-502 recreational marijuana regulatory scheme. Hundreds of cannabis activists and community supporters are expected to Read the full article…

Defining Washington Hemp Politics Harder Than You Think

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Defining WA’s hemp politics, harder than you think. By Bailey Hirschburg WASHINGTON: Industrial hemp legislation looks certain to pass after Washington’s state senate voted unanimously in favor of legislating the crop. After years as a low-priority issue, hemp is poised to join the agricultural community in a big way. Though many people worked on the Read the full article…

Meet The Women Behind “The Power of Politics”

MJBA Women's Alliance Luncheon

WASHINGTON: In preparation for tomorrow evening’s historic gathering, MJNewsNetwork sat down with the Washington power women behind the “Power of Politics” – ladies from both sides of the political aisle, representing recreational and medical marijuana business owners – to ask them about tomorrow’s historic event.  Organized by the MJBA Women’s Alliance, and sponsored by Eden Labs, Washington Read the full article…

Senators Ann Rivers, Jeanne-Kohl Wells Keynote “The Power of Politics” on Wednesday, March 25th in Seattle

MJBA Women's Alliance's "The Power of Politics" takes place on Wednesday, March 25th at 6PM at the Palace Ballroom in downtown Seattle.

WASHINGTON: The legal landscape for marijuana businesses in Washington is about to change radically as a result of new legislation under consideration in Olympia designed to bring the state’s unregulated MMJ system together with its nascent I-502 recreational pot industry. The authors of two leading marijuana bills are veteran women lawmakers – and to sell these changes Read the full article…