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Tricia Romano
Tricia Romano is the former editor in chief of The Stranger. She previously worked as a staff writer at the Seattle Times, and has been published in the New York Times, Elle.com, Rolling Stone, the New York Post, New York magazine, Slate, Grantland, Spin, and Salon. She covered underground culture in New York City for the Village Voice for eight years in her column “Fly Life.”
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YouTube Continues Its Cannabis Purge and Nobody Knows Why

The world's largest video platform has been shutting down cannabis content while refusing to offer guidelines or to respond at all.

Autism and Cannabis: Here’s What the Science Says

Colorado's governor rejected it as a medical marijuana condition, but a few states allow it. The science is promising, but not conclusive.

‘Mary Janes’ Director Talks Film, Finance, and Puffragette Power

In cannabis, 'women don't have to watch all these men promoted over them,' says Windy Borman. 'They can be the founder or the CEO."

How Cynthia Nixon Changed the New York Cannabis Game

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is favored in next week's primary. But the #CynthiaEffect has already broken New York's legalization logjam.

New Study on Cannabis and Autism Supports Parents’ Longtime Claims

Parents of some autistic children have long reported that their kids do better with cannabinoids. A study out of Israel provides new evidence to back up those claims.

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New Study on Cannabis and Autism Supports Parents’ Longtime Claims

Parents of some autistic children have long reported that their kids do better with cannabinoids. A study out of Israel provides new evidence to back up those claims.

How Cynthia Nixon Changed the New York Cannabis Game

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is favored in next week's primary. But the #CynthiaEffect has already broken New York's legalization logjam.

Autism and Cannabis: Here’s What the Science Says

Colorado's governor rejected it as a medical marijuana condition, but a few states allow it. The science is promising, but not conclusive.

‘Mary Janes’ Director Talks Film, Finance, and Puffragette Power

In cannabis, 'women don't have to watch all these men promoted over them,' says Windy Borman. 'They can be the founder or the CEO."

YouTube Continues Its Cannabis Purge and Nobody Knows Why

The world's largest video platform has been shutting down cannabis content while refusing to offer guidelines or to respond at all.