Guest Post: Cannabis Working Conditions Vary, Need Better Controls

I lasted less than a month. Not because the job was hard but because I was asked to work in a closed room with an non-ventilated propane heater.

By Edmonde Franco Guest Editorial WASHINGTON: I remember sitting on my living room floor smoking a joint with friends while watching Saturday Night Live. Laraine Newman was doing an ad for the American Dope Growers Union. We laughed so hard tears were running down our cheeks. It was April 1977. Looking back on it now maybe Read the full article…

Trimmigrants Flock To California To Process Marijuana

New York State: Legal Cannabis Market Would Yield $434 Million Annually

CALIFORNIA: Except for traffic passing through on Highway 101, this northern Mendocino County city is relatively quiet much of the year. But for three months in the fall, it gets an influx of world travelers lured by marijuana-trimming jobs, temporarily swelling the town’s population of under 5,000 and instilling it with an international flavor. They’re called Read the full article…