cannabis

Mary Jane and Aunt Flo

For people who suffer from cramps, cannabis could be a vital source of relief.

 

Hash Gets Hacked

A change in tracking companies has left Washington’s cannabis industry exposed.

 

Dennis Peron. Illustration by James the Stanton

The Cannabis Community Mourns Activist Dennis Peron

The grandfather of medicinal marijuana was 72.

 

Seattle will soon vacate misdemeanor marijuana convictions. Photo courtesy of Bob Doran/Flickr

Seattle Moves to Clear Marijuana Misdemeanor Convictions

The mayor and city attorney’s policy change could impact hundreds convicted before weed legalization.

Seattle will soon vacate misdemeanor marijuana convictions. Photo courtesy of Bob Doran/Flickr

Working Nine to High

Can you keep your day job and your cannabis?

What Will Be the Cannabis Trends for 2018?

From stocks to green speakeasies to social justice, our weed expert predicts what the year holds.

As the DOJ Shifts on Marijuana, Washington Leaders Consider a Counter-Measure

A bipartisan contingent of state officials say they are open to meeting with Jeff Sessions in the future.

Police Seize $80M Worth of Pot, Execute 50 Search Warrants, Several in King County

Forty-seven arrests were made in the suspected illegal marijuana grow-op run by Chinese nationals.

Greenhouses like this use less energy than indoor-only operations, but still contribute to the industry’s 100-megawatt load.

As Legal Weed Sucks Up Energy, an Industry Searches for Solutions

With the weed market in full bloom, increased demand on the energy grid is causing concern.

Greenhouses like this use less energy than indoor-only operations, but still contribute to the industry’s 100-megawatt load.