Washington: Marijuana Worker Protection Standards Released by Agriculture Department

Washington Marijuana

Original Source : Marjiuana.com By Allie Becketton February 26, 2016Growing & Cultivation, Marijuana News, Washington As legal cannabis business grows larger, states are realizing standards need to be set. In the latest step toward standardizing cannabis cultivation, the Washington State Department of Agriculture released formal recommendations called the “Worker Protection

Top 5 420 Friendly Lodging


 Original Source: USAWeed.org usaweed February 26, 2016 0 Comments     Top 5 420 Friendly Lodging in the U.S. Here we have our top 5 420 friendly lodging list for the U.S. It can be hard to find a hotel on the road, and even harder to find a hotel

Where’s The Cheapest Place To Buy Legal Marijuana?

Want to buy legal green without pushing your bank account into the red? Well, then head to the Pacific Northwest. According to MarketWatch, Oregon has the lowest average prices of dispensary cannabis at $214 an ounce. Perfect Price, a price optimization company, analyzed the menu prices for cannabis flowers from 6,000 dispensaries in Oregon, Colorado, Washington, Arizona, California and Michigan, and found that the states with fully operational adult-use markets had lower prices than those…

Seattle’s Brash King Of Pot Raking In Cash And Raising Hackles At Uncle Ike’s

Ian Eisenberg runs the state’s busiest pot shop, Uncle Ike’s in Seattle, with the audacity of a circus master. Just after Uncle Ike’s Pot Shop opened in Seattle’s Central District, it boasted in an ad, “Our weed cures Ebola.” Knowing that merchants in the new industry weren’t allowed to make any medical claims about pot, the fine print disclaimer winked: “If you believe this ad, you are a (expletive) moron.” That in-your-face Vern Fonk-on-weed sensibility…

Which Pot-Friendly US State Is On Your Travel Bucket List?

Along with generating jobs and raking in taxes for state governments, the legalization of adult-use marijuana has led to tourism booms for states such as Colorado and Washington. Four U.S. states—Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington—have fully operational recreational pot markets, meaning that anyone over the age of 21 can score some legal green. For most of us, though, buying weed does not happen at a cash register, which makes the idea of cannabis tourism so…