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Author: Matthew Jarvis

Washington has received a federal permit to import hemp seeds, opening the way for the crop to be planted this spring. Don Jenkins Capital Press Published on March 14, 2017 The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has given the Washington State Department of Agriculture permission to import hemp seeds, a federally controlled substance. The permit opens the way for private parties to buy and plant hemp seeds. The Washington State Department of Agriculture has received approval from federal authorities to import hemp seeds, paving the...

New Cannabis Culture Poll Debunks Stereotypes and Shows Overwhelming Support for Legalization Apr 17, 2017 By Cory Jones/Civilized. The subject of marijuana - from legalization to medical benefits and everything in between - has come a long way in the last few decades. Once relegated to small pockets of progressives, the conversation around what to do about marijuana has become fully entrenched in the mainstream conversation. And while there are still some differing views in the political realm (Canada just laid out their...

Eric Mortenson/Capital Press March 20, 2017 The Oregon Liquor Control Commission issued its first recall of recreational marijuana after testing of a brand sold at a Mapleton, Ore., store showed it contained a level of pesticide residue that exceeds the state limit. The OLCC , which oversees retail sales of recreational cannabis, said samples of Blue Magoo marijuana failed a test for pyrethin levels. Pyrethins are a mixture of six chemicals that are toxic to insects, according to the National Pesticide Information Center...

Zack M./The Weed Blog March 16, 2017 Have you ever bought weed and felt that the quality of your weed sucks? Well, you should not repeat the same mistake. Just imagine buying cannabis at a considerably high price only to find insects, dirt, mites, pesticides and other unwanted items. Everyone wants the best when it comes to the quality of the stuff they buy. However, we sometimes miss at getting it right. Why is that the case? It’s just because we do...

Both sides have their fierce advocates. Let's look at the pluses and minuses. By Sarah Russo / Project CBD March 7, 2017 Marijuana can be grown indoor or out. Photo Credit: Project CBD Blessed with ample sunshine and a conducive climate, Hawaii also has some of the richest, volcanic soil suitable for growing cannabis outdoors. But recent medical marijuana regulations crafted by Hawaiian officials mandate that all cannabis grown for dispensaries must be cultivated indoors. Several other U.S. states where medical marijuana is legal have also...