Implementation of cannabis legalization in Washington has been a long time coming. Washington State legalized cannabis in November 2012, but has yet to make its
In the last fiscal year, Colorado has collected roughly $22,000,000 in cannabis related taxes and fees. That number is expected to climb significantly in the
While Oregonians generally favor legalizing, regulating and taxing marijuana like beer and wine, they weren’t quite ready to legalize personal possession of an unlimited amount
Numerica Credit Union has announced that they will work with legal marijuana growers and processors in Washington State. Numerica Credit Union decided to not open
Support for cannabis law reform has been growing steadily since the 1970-s. Marijuana reform is more popular than President Obama, immigration reform and gun control.
Attorneys working with the cannabis industry in Nevada and elsewhere have long been in a somewhat “gray” area when advising clients violating federal law as
We recently posted that Colorado lawmakers shot down marijuana banking rules. We added ‘for now’ to the title, because we felt that marijuana banking rules in Colorado
File this in the “it could be worse” file. While the rules and regulations of medical marijuana facilities in Oregon are far from perfect, at
Right now as you are reading this article, chances are someone in Colorado is making a legal marijuana purchase. The transaction involves cash, the amount
Unless you have been living under a rock since the 2012 Election, then you are well aware that Washington State legalized marijuana at that time.
Earlier this week United States Treasury Secretary Jack Lew defended the Obama Administration’s recently issued guidelines to banks, allowing them to conduct transactions with legal
The marijuana industry in Colorado is growing at a neck breaking speed, and there seems to be no end to the growth in sight. As
Last February, the Oregon Cannabis Industry Association‘s Marijuana Business 101 seminar was, by all accounts, a great success with a packed house of cannabis industry
Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-Oregon) has long been a sane public voice on the need to end cannabis prohibition. Despite not using cannabis himself, Rep. Blumenauer
With poll after poll showing that marijuana legalization is now a mainstream issue, it doesn’t really surprise people that more liberals, moderates and libertarians are speaking out about marijuana
What a time for the cannabis law reform movement! Uruguay voting to become the first country to end cannabis prohibition was a great way to cap
Cannabis law reform is still a hot-button news story, particularly following the Justice Department memo stating that the federal government will allow states to experiment
This year’s Seattle Hempfest is in the books, and after a few days to contemplate the event and read the coverage from across the country,
It seems that everyone is talking about Sanjay Gupta’s decision to apologize for his previous support of cannabis prohibition. From Andrew Sullivan to Vanity Fair to Stephen Colbert to
I remember my dismay and disappointment when I read Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s Time Magazine piece, “Why I Would Vote No on Pot”, in 2009. I was disappointed because
So much crazy news seems to emanate from Florida, that it is great to report about positive developments for the cannabis community coming out of the state.
A bill that will make Uruguay the first country to license and regulate cannabis commerce for all adults at the national level, just passed its