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Phone: 360-443-2222
Address: 3610 Bethel Rd SE Suite 110, Port Orchard, Washington
Email: legalmarijuanasuperstore@gmail.com

Cannabis Stories in Port Orchard

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The Week in Weed: Sessions Wants to Prosecute Medical Pot Patients, Roger Stone Launches Pro-Pot PAC, and More - TheStranger.com


TheStranger.com

The Week in Weed: Sessions Wants to Prosecute Medical Pot Patients, Roger Stone Launches Pro-Pot PAC, and More
TheStranger.com
A Port Orchard man was charged with illegally growing cannabis after authorities allegedly discovered an illegal pot grow and THC extractor while they were investigating a house fire that killed the man's mother. Illegal THC extractors—the machines ...

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New measure sets restrictions on cannabis store advertisements - Kitsap Sun


Kitsap Sun

New measure sets restrictions on cannabis store advertisements
Kitsap Sun
Licensees are also prohibited from engaging in advertising that specifically targets persons outside of Washington. The new restrictions also state that a city, town, or county may adopt rules of outdoor advertising for licensed marijuana retailers ...

Parents grapple with slow-to-adulthood trend - Kitsap Sun


Kitsap Sun

Parents grapple with slow-to-adulthood trend
Kitsap Sun
“The whole developmental pathway has slowed down,” San Diego State University professor study co-author Jean Twenge told USA Today. Local survey results back up some findings highlighted in the national study. The Healthy Youth Survey, conducted every ...

One-metre plant height restriction dropped from marijuana legalization bill - Globalnews.ca


Globalnews.ca

One-metre plant height restriction dropped from marijuana legalization bill
Globalnews.ca
READ MORE: Smelly, fussy, humid: Why you may not want to grow your own legal pot. The version that made it through committee will be essentially the same as Oregon's. (Colorado allows up to six plants per adult, no more than three mature, and no more ...

Rolling in the dough? That's not the case for pot shop owners - Kitsap Daily News


Kitsap Daily News

Rolling in the dough? That's not the case for pot shop owners
Kitsap Daily News
“Now, they're fully onboard. They see this as being the great opportunity I did.” Despite its relatively small size, Port Orchard has five recreational marijuana businesses within its city limits, making for a competitive market in South Kitsap. Lyman ...

Cannabis: It's not just for smoking anymore | Northwest Chronicle - Kitsap Daily News


Kitsap Daily News

Cannabis: It's not just for smoking anymore | Northwest Chronicle
Kitsap Daily News
So in terms of eating a cannabis brownie, I would suggest starting with one-quarter of one brownie.” When it comes to edibles, there's a lot on the market. One of Johanson's favorites are the Marmas fruit chews. “They are delicious and you don't have ...

Bay Area Bites 2017 Locavore Gift Guide - KQED


KQED

Bay Area Bites 2017 Locavore Gift Guide
KQED
Celebrate the Arrival of Legal Cannabis Curious Cannabis Salon, an offshoot of local food-tour company Edible Excursions, is a new series of educational adventures designed to demystify this medical and recreational herb. Look for dinners, product ...

Early morning fire destroys Woods Road home in SK - Kitsap Sun


Kitsap Sun

Early morning fire destroys Woods Road home in SK
Kitsap Sun
South Kitsap Fire and Rescue crews were sent to the house in the 2000 block at about 2:45 a.m. after a passerby reported seeing flames and smoke, division chief Jeff Faucett said. The first units from Fircrest and Yukon Harbor arrived to find the house ...

Pot panel gets stash of cash to operate - The Salem News


Pot panel gets stash of cash to operate
The Salem News
Under legislative rules, the House and Senate cannot hold formal sessions again until January, but they meet twice weekly in lightly attended informal sessions, where any one lawmaker's objection can halt a bill from progressing. Last December ...

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