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28 Dec

Changes to Washington State’s Legal Cannabis Industry Will Drive Up Annual Sales To $2.4 Billion By 2020

Changes to Washington state’s legal cannabis industry will drive up annual sales to $2.4 billion by 2020, “The Washington market is maturing, but it has a long way to go to reach saturation. It will practically double by 2020. People really like cannabis and the regulated market is beating the underground market, as predicted,” Troy Dayton, CEO of Oakland, California-based Arcview Group, said in a statement.

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07 Dec

Washington Group Starts Fund to Help With The Cost Of Medical Marijuana

Marijuana’s Schedule 1 Status Leaves Little Options For Medical Assistance Washington group starts fund to help with the cost of medical marijuana- The Washington CannaBusiness Association said Tuesday that the new charitable effort will expand patient access to medical marijuana.  “People don’t have access to the same kinds of opportunities to get assistance for their

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26 Nov

Marijuana Shop Gives Away $36,000 Worth Of Weed

Wednesday Before Thanksgiving Green Wednesday For One Community With Black Friday behind us, you could consider the Wednesday before Thanksgiving Green Wednesday, as  one marijuana shop gives away $36,000 worth of weed, and yes it’s legal. At 4:20 Friendly in Spokane, the store donated 1 ounce of weed for up to 180 medical card holders.

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06 Mar

Life of a Cannabis Farmer

Farming cannabis in the new economy Medical marijuana farmer Tom Lauerman has dedicated his life to normalizing cannabis in the U.S. He went from being arrested at his medical collective in 1999, to working with the federal government today to establish the first ever national safety guidelines for the cannabis industry.   Andrew BohanAndrew Bohan

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02 Oct

Washington family of medical marijuana patients sentenced to federal prison

Amidst a tearful courtroom of onlookers, Judge Thomas Rice sentenced the family of medical marijuana patients known as the Kettle Falls Five to federal prison for time periods ranging from one year to 33 months. Rolland Gregg received the heaviest penalty with the sentence of 33 months. His wife, Michelle Gregg, and mother, Rhonda Firestack-Harvey,

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