The Kinds Of Things You Might Eat From State Pot Stores

High Times Cannabis Cup in Seattle on Sept. 7, 2013.

WASHINGTON: When you’ll be able to buy marijuana in a state-licensed store (21+ locations possible for Seattle alone!) sometime in 2014, there are a surprising range of things with THC in them that you might be able to buy for eating, smoking or vaping.

Alaskans May Get Chance To 'Just Say Yes' On Marijuana Ballot Measure

88 percent of all medical marijuana patients currently pay full price, and those individuals would see their two-year fee drop from $100 to $60

ALASKA: For more than 30 years, Alaska’s libertarian streak made it the only state in which it was legal, under some circumstances, to smoke marijuana just for the fun of it.

If Oregon Marijuana Legalization Is Inevitable, Put Someone Like Barnhart In Charge

Barnhart, D-Eugene, chairs the House Revenue committee, which would likely be charged with sorting out how the state would tax legal pot.

OREGON: Phil Barnhart could talk all day in favor of legalizing marijuana and not face many political consequences. The Oregon Democratic lawmaker represents Eugene, after all, one of the more liberal and weed-friendly cities in Oregon. 

Bold Marijuana Legalization Ballot Measure Proposed in California

The CHA would essentially legalize all marijuana and hemp, but unlike laws in a select few states, it would go so far as to stop the California state government from taxing or regulating marijuana at all.

CALIFORNIA: Attitudes towards marijuana are changing across the nation, and subsequently, so are the laws. But none have been as bold as the newly proposed California Hemp Act 2014 (CHA) recently filed by the California Cannabis Hemp Initiative 2014 (CCHI). The CHA would essentially legalize all marijuana and hemp, but unlike laws in a select few Read the full article…

Bold Marijuana Legalization Ballot Measure Proposed in California

The CHA would essentially legalize all marijuana and hemp, but unlike laws in a select few states, it would go so far as to stop the California state government from taxing or regulating marijuana at all.

CALIFORNIA: Attitudes towards marijuana are changing across the nation, and subsequently, so are the laws. But none have been as bold as the newly proposed California Hemp Act 2014 (CHA) recently filed by the California Cannabis Hemp Initiative 2014 (CCHI). The CHA would essentially legalize all marijuana and hemp, but unlike laws in a select few Read the full article…

Amid ‘Gold Rush’ To Legal Pot Sales, Many Questions Remain

Will Amsterdam-style cannabis coffee shops be coming to a Seattle?

WASHINGTON: Calling it a “gold rush mentality,” Washington state’s top marijuana consultant predicts that thousands of people will apply for licenses to sell and produce the drug for recreational use as the state prepares to open 334 pot stores by June 1, 2014.

Harrisburg, PA Has A Chance To Have A National Impact On Marijuana Reform

A bill being introduced Monday would amend the Controlled Substances Act -- the federal law that criminalizes marijuana -- to exempt plants with an extremely low percentage of THC, the chemical that makes users high.

PENNSYLVANIA: The memo issued last week by the US Department of Justice, which signaled the feds will not interfere in states allowing commercial marijuana sales, will not put an end to more than 20,000 annual arrests for pot possession in Pennsylvania. But it does give lawmakers in Harrisburg an important opportunity to have a national impact. The Read the full article…

Harrisburg, PA Has A Chance To Have A National Impact On Marijuana Reform

The Keystone State is unlikely to legalize cannabis anytime soon, but change is in the wind.

PENNSYLVANIA: The memo issued last week by the US Department of Justice, which signaled the feds will not interfere in states allowing commercial marijuana sales, will not put an end to more than 20,000 annual arrests for pot possession in Pennsylvania. But it does give lawmakers in Harrisburg an important opportunity to have a national impact. The Read the full article…