Monthly Archives: July 2019
ALBANY, N.Y. — New York’s governor signed a bill Monday that softens penalties for possessing small amounts of marijuana and allows for the expungement of some past convictions. The legislation signed into law by Gov.
If you own a garden center, you know how to make plants grow. What may be more difficult for you is to grow your presence on social media. Rising above the noise and differentiating yourself from the competition is critical if you want customers to find you. This is where posting great social media content […]
No human can rival Mother Nature when it comes to creating a scene of beauty and splendor. Across the globe, amazing natural ecosystems are competing to live with humankind and its ever-increasing demand for space and resources. These breathtaking landscapes are a reminder to us how small and insignificant we are when compared to the […]
WASHINGTON — Bills that would legalize and tax marijuana at the national level, and provide opportunities for people convicted of federal pot crimes to clear their records, were introduced Tuesday in Congress. The companion legislation
Recent customers at Main Street Marijuana in Vancouver’s Uptown Village neighborhood have likely noticed a new set of signs prominently displayed in some of the store’s display cases. They’re hard to miss: a giant red
The Clark County Council voted 3-2 to lift its ban on recreational cannabis businesses in unincorporated areas of the county at its Tuesday evening meeting. Recreational sales can begin in unincorporated areas of Clark County
Marijuana is having a moment. Experts recently dubbed cannabis the fastest-growing industry in the U.S. Legal weed generated $10.4 billion in the United States in 2018, and the number of “plant-touching” jobs is expected to