The Highlander 420 Report
Cannabis and Cancer statistics from the 1990s
The 2012 Seattle Hempfest highlights the emergence of a powerful political force with medical, recreational and industrial cannabis companies, activists and consumers.
Will I-502 be a boom or bust to tax payers and cannabis users? Office of Financial Management releases it's risk assesment.
Since prohibitionists are fond of asking “What about the children?” Let’s turn it back on them: what about these children? Joey, and Ryan, and Cash?
I-1149 instructs the state Legislature to stand up to the federal government’s entire War on Marijuana by enacting sensible regulations that finally allow for enforceable age restrictions and the removal of criminal elements from its production and sale. Help us gather signatures!
Vivian McPeak speaks on the real issues about marijuana, medical uses and the failed Drug War
Sensible Washington's I-1149 would remove state civil and criminal penalties for persons eighteen years or older who cultivate, possess, transport, sell, or use marijuana. Restrictions and penalties for persons under eighteen would be retained.
Some of the unseen consequences of the War on Cannabis and why we need to change the laws now.
The Legalization of Cannabis Initiative is being filed today in Olympia. Signature petitions to be gathered starting in about a week.
John's conversation with Brian Grimmer, student and cannabis hemp activist and coordinator for Wildcats for Compassionate Care at Central Washington University
New products are being placed on store shelves that include Hemp. Domestic hemp production will bring jobs to local farmers through the Legalization effort in Washington State
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