Four Remarkable Ways Hemp Can Save the Planet

By Aaron Cadena     With the capability to produce vital resources such as rope, clothing, and paper, the hemp plant has played a crucial role throughout our history. Archeological evidence suggests that we’ve...

Cannabis Board’s draft legislation seeks to build five-year vision for industry

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) has released draft legislation that the agency is considering requesting for the upcoming 2020 legislative session. Calling the proposals “Cannabis 2.0,”...

Trump could make marijuana legalization key issue in 2020 election

Although President Donald Trump has remained mostly quiet on the issue of marijuana up to this point, some believe that could all change in the coming months....

Post-recess predictions: Looking into the crystal ball

By Andrew Kline NCIA’s Director of Public Policy Kids are back in school. The weather is starting to cool off. Congress’s August recess has come to a close. And...

New Washington state law worries marijuana growers

A new Washington state law has marijuana cultivators concerned over the potential of cross-pollination from hemp growers, which could prove disastrous to their bottom line if it occurs...

Lemonhaze Cannabis Convention returns to Tacoma Dome

By Matt Nagle After a successful first outing last year, an expanded and even more awesome Lemonhaze Cannabis Convention returns to the Tacoma Dome, Oct. 24-25. Billed as...

New law allows students to use medical marijuana at Washington public schools

OLYMPIA, Wash. — Students who are registered medical marijuana users in the state of Washington will be allowed to use their medications on public school campuses. Governor Jay...

Grading the Democratic Presidential Candidates on Marijuana: Andrew Yang

By Molly Nelson Every Saturday, cannalawblog.com has been running a series of blog posts that take a close look at the Democratic Party candidates for President in 2020. We...

Puget Sound has ‘highest cannabis use per capita’ worldwide, wastewater study says

A new study is using Puget Sound wastewater to understand trends in cannabis use.   By Laura Fattaruso, Special to KING 5   Why is there a freezer full of sewage...

Washington, DC: Mayor signs order expanding workplace protections for cannabis consumers

By Paul Armentano NORML Deputy Director Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser signed an order on Sept. 17 providing explicit protections for certain District employees who consume cannabis while away from the...