During the debate over legalization how many times did you hear, "This is no different than my dad wanting a glass of fine wine to sip at the end of a stressful day." Well, one difference was the amount your dad paid for that wine. One marijuana retailer wants to change that.
It's perfectly legal for an adult with a valid ID to buy small amounts of marijuana to consumer responsibly in Washington and Oregon. But the legal, licensed businesses who sell to that adult may not advertise in a newspaper, the U.S. Postmaster General says.
Four Pendleton City Councilors joined their co-horts in unanimously approving an ordinance that would let a public vote decide if marijuana can be sold in city limits. But they did it in style... or at least with a fashion statement.
Last July Denver TV station KMGH-Channel 7 agreed to air a commercial for a marijuana dispensary, but the station backed out before airing it. That left KATU-TV in Portland with the chance to make broadcast history... and that fell through in mid August.
After a traffic accident the police and troopers run blood tests. The Washington Traffic Safety Commission says a positive result for marijuana does not necessarily mean they were high while driving. But new testing procedures reveal "most" were last year.
This years Hempfest event in Seattle had many people across the nation shaking their heads. Mainly the Seattle Police Department garnered a lot of attention by passing out bags of Doritos Chips with stickers giving you the Do's and Don'ts of I-502 Washington State's law reguarding the…