MJ Freeway Sponsors National Cannabis Industry Association Events In Oregon And Washington


WASHINGTON: MJ Freeway will sponsor next week’s National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) Cannabis Industry Reception in Portland, OR and Washington Educational Series Event in Seattle, WA. 

Roy, WA Waiting On Government’s Marijuana Ruling

The WSLCB, which will regulate and tax legally consumed marijuana, is expected to announce its ruling by Dec. 1. Due to the uncertainty, the Roy Planning Commission cannot study and complete its work to date, according to the findings of fact.

WASHINGTON: Because there are many questions and few answers, the Roy City Council on Monday adopted an emergency moratorium of six months “on the siting, establishment and operation of any structures or uses relating to marijuana.”

Seattle Online Tech Company Growing Big In … Marijuana

On the face of it, Leafly.com is just another Seattle-based Internet/tech company making big waves with big numbers. The difference is that Leafly’s content is all marijuana all the time.

WASHINGTON: Google or Bing “blue cheese” and you’ll get a surprise: Right at the top of your search results for that delectable food is a marijuana strain called … “blue cheese.”

Liquor Control Board Announces BioTrackTHC To Provide Traceability Software

Delaware selects BioTrackTHC

WASHINGTON:  The Washington State Liquor Control Board today announced that BioTrackTHC is the apparent successful proposer to provide traceability software to the agency. Apparent successful proposer is the official term until contract terms are finalized.

Local Marijuana Collective Owner Faces Legal Battle With City

“We believe we are following the spirit of the law,” Pelley said. “It will be up to a jury to decide if Northern Cross was coloring inside the lines or not.”

WASHINGTON: The owner and two employees of Bellingham-based medical marijuana collective Northern Cross Collective Garden are facing 14 felony charges relating to delivery of marijuana. 

21 marijuana stores planned for Seattle, 1,000-foot rule changed

The Denver County Fair is dropping marijuana exhibits from the event — a year after some people said they were unwittingly served pot-infused chocolate in the "Pot Pavilion."

WASHINGTON: The numbers are in: Seattle is planned to have 21 legal marijuana retail locations starting in 2014. 40 additional stores could dot King County, and there will be 334 legal pot retail locations allowed statewide.