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Advocates Press For Marijuana Legalization Measure On D.C. Ballot

Adam Eidinger, a leading activist for the marijuana legalization initiative, spoke before the D.C. Board of Elections, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:  The District should set aside the warnings of its attorney general and let voters decide whether they want to legalize marijuana possession in the nation’s capital, advocates for the measure argued Tuesday before the D.C. Board of Elections. The band of marijuana advocates is seeking to make the District one of the Read the full article…

Washington Post’s View: Marijuana Likely To Be Decriminalized In D.C.

Welcome to the first crop of legal pot in the nation’s capital — where residents may grow and possess marijuana but are still forbidden to sell it.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Before long, smoking a joint in the nation’s capital might get you in even less trouble than parking on the wrong side of the street on street-cleaning day. Ten of 13 members of the D.C. Council and Mayor Vincent C. Gray (D) have endorsed a plan to make small-time marijuana possession a civil rather than a criminal offense.

Golden Leaf Holdings Announces Q2 2016 and June 2016 Preliminary Results For Oregon And Washington State Brands

Preliminary results show that GLH generated US$3,011,000 in estimated and unaudited revenue for Q2 2016 as compared to unaudited revenue of US$2,476,688 for Q1 2016, representing a quarter over quarter increase of 21.5%.

OREGON: Golden Leaf Holdings Ltd. (“GLH” or the “Company”) (CSE: GLH), a leading cannabis oil solutions company built around recognized brands, today announced preliminary revenue results for Q2 2016 and June 2016 for the respective brands of the company in Oregon and strategic partner BMF Washington. GLH Oregon Revenue Overview Preliminary results show that GLH generated US$3,011,000 Read the full article…

Washington Stores And Growers Contemplate Costs Of Medical Marijuana integration

Some patients may not bother signing up at shops because of backlash against the state registry, in which the state will keep a running list of patient names

By Sue Vorenberg Cannabis Daily Record Jim Mullen, COO of The Herbery, a small upscale chain of retail cannabis shops in Vancouver, Washington, scrunched his forehead as he contemplated the costs of adding services for medical marijuana patients to his line of store offerings. It’s not that he doesn’t want to serve medical patients – he does, Read the full article…

Pot Fans, Foes Fume As Washington DC tests Limits Of High Life

"It is kind of the Alice in Wonderland of cannabis legalization. It's like there's all these rules and regulations that no one follows,"

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Almost a year has passed since it became legal to smoke, but not sell, marijuana in Washington, D.C., and pot enthusiasts and opponents alike are chafing under a compromise that leaves smokers in a haze over how to obtain their weed. Sales of equipment to grow the plants indoors are booming, bartenders are Read the full article…

3 Presidential Candidates Who Are Strongly Against Legalizing Marijuana

with each day that passes it looks more and more plausible that marijuana and the federal government's views on marijuana will play an increasingly important role in the election.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Let it be known that we’re still more than a year away from the 2016 presidential election, and the issues that will decide the election are still being felt out. However, with each day that passes it looks more and more plausible that marijuana and the federal government’s views on marijuana will play Read the full article…

Ex-Senator From Alaska To Run Marijuana Company

KUSH, a subsidiary of Cannabis Sativa Inc., will offer a pot lozenge called the Kubby. “I’m anxious to assist in bringing this important resource to a broader market in a serious and credible way,” said Gravel, who has been on the parent company’s board of directors.

ALASKA: A former U.S. senator from Alaska who made a quixotic bid for president in 2008 has a new gig — as CEO of a marijuana company. KUSH will be led by Mike Gravel, a senator from 1969 to 1981 who tried to make a comeback in the 2008 Democratic presidential primary. Gravel has been a critic Read the full article…