WA NORML 2017 State Of The Session Report (Part 2)

M. Bailey Hirschburg is a long time advocate of justice reform with expertise in drug policy and a focus on marijuana law. He is director of Thurston County NORML and was the south sound volunteer organizer for 2012's Initiative 502 which legalized and regulated adult marijuana use statewide.

What we lobbied for, What we got, and Will we be able to do it again? By Bailey Hirschburg WASHINGTON: For the first time Washington NORML had a regular lobbyist in Olympia this year. The truth is NORML has almost always been staffed by volunteer activists. That’s what I was, at a NORML chapter in Read the full article…

Marijuana Seed Companies After Legalization

. People everywhere are going to know what a marijuana seed looks like before long.

By Paul Morgan It’s a controversial subject that has raised a lot of questions and debate. Should marijuana be legalized? Sixty three percent of Americans seem to think so. So, what will this mean for the already thriving seed business, or cannabis industry itself for that matter? As of 2016, so far five states have Read the full article…

Marijuana Channel One Invites You To Turn On, Tune In

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Not Your Daddy’s YouTube, Marijuana Channel One invites you to Turn on, Tune in, and Catch the buzz. Legalization is blazing across the land, and there to chronicle and promote it all is Marijuana Channel One. Home to hundreds of original videos, including interviews with industry thought leaders and highlights from grassroots MJBA live events Read the full article…

The Social And Political Responsibility Of The Legal Cannabis Industry

After 75 years of prohibition and propaganda have demonized cannabis and its consumers, industry participants must be involved in the political process – as individuals through our political donations, votes and vocalizations, and as business leaders in the manner in which we conduct our trade.

By David Rheins This week nearly 100 women gathered at a restaurant in downtown Seattle to listen to local politicians and activists discuss their role in shaping Washington’s emerging legal marijuana industry.  The “Power of Politics” was organized by the Marijuana Business Association’s Women’s Alliance for its many women-run cannabis businesses, including sponsors Eden Labs, Read the full article…