Medical Product Sales On The Rise At Recreational Cannabis Shops

“CBDs are on the rise – we really can’t carry enough of it,” said Jim Mullen, chief operating officer at The Herbery

By Sue Vorenberg Cannabis Daily Record WASHINGTON: Recreational cannabis shops in Southwest Washington are seeing an increasing demand for products with medical properties, such as high CBD edibles and cannabis-infused topicals for pain. Store managers and owners at the Cannabis Country Store in Battle Ground and The Herbery in Vancouver, Washington, report so much demand for CBD-based products that Read the full article…

Washington State House Passes Recreational Marijuana Reform Bill

The House on Friday passed a measure that changes the state's recreational marijuana three-tier tax structure to a single excise tax of 37 percent at the point of sale.

WASHINGTON:  The House on Friday passed a measure that makes several changes to the state’s new recreational marijuana market, including eliminating the three-tier tax structure and replacing it with a single excise tax of 37 percent at the point of sale.House Bill 2136 passed the House on a 59-38 vote and now heads to the Read the full article…

Washington Retail Landscape Update 2/12/2015

I 502 recreational stores may be picking up consumers for whom I 502 product is a reasonable substitute for medical access point product, if price of flower is the main obstacle to switching over.

by Dominic Corva, Executive Director CASP WASHINGTON: It’s been a while since we’ve looked at the progression of I 502 Retail Cannabis landscape, pictured above in the map by Steve Hyde.  The conjunctural interest is driven by our need to understand how fast I 502 retail stores are currently being approved, now that the availability Read the full article…