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How to Make a Novel Stand Out? Sell It on a Cannabis Pack

Author Thomas Kohnstamm teams up with Saints and Fire Bros to market his new novel "Lake City" on pre-roll boxes.

Seattle Court OKs Plan to Erase 542 Cannabis Convictions

It’s the latest example of evolving criminal justice policies in the era of legalization.

The Roll-Up #48: Banksy, Banksters, and MedMen

MedMen's blitz of the California marketplace is making waves and Canada's last humongous cannabis conference before federal legalization holds valuable lessons.

The Roll-Up #47: Big Beer Joins the Cannabis Industry

Corona's parent company pours a cool $4B into the green rush, we chat with MPP's new executive director, and Hempfest kicks off in Seattle.

The 5 Cannabis Dispensaries Closest to Seattle Hempfest

Hempfest is almost here and it's time to stock up! Check out these nearby cannabis dispensaries, consider these products, and live your best life.

Seattle Hempfest: 2018 Schedule & Insider’s Guide

America's biggest cannabis festival takes over the Seattle waterfront this weekend. Leafly's experts offer pro tips & hot picks.

Sub Pop at 30: Smell the Magic

Sub Pop defines Seattle music and is inextricably tied to cannabis culture. So obviously we had to pair some strains with a few of their legends.

Pot & Pinball: A Match Made in Arcade Heaven

Pinball is a great way to have fun without spending too much. Focus your game with one of these strains, and head to one of these great barcades!

The Roll-Up Bonus Ep: Got a Cannabis Conviction? Seattle’s DA Will Erase It

9 years ago Pete Holmes stopped prosecuting cannabis offenses. Now he's erasing them.

Doctors Want More Information on Medical Cannabis, Study Finds

“They’re not as close-minded as you might think, and they also feel they have a lot to learn,” said the lead researcher of a recent study.

Everybody Talks About Expunging Drug Convictions. Here’s How Seattle Did It

Seattle’s move, which could clear convictions for 542 people, comes as cities in other legal cannabis states consider similar action to undo the wrongs of America's drug war.

Guest Opinion: Let Cannabis Provide Homeless Shelters and Services

Let’s provide incentives for entrepreneurs in cannabis to build homeless shelters themselves.

Video: Can You ID These Smash & Grab Dispensary Thieves?

A crew of brazen burglars robbed a Seattle retail cannabis store last Friday. They wore hoodies and unique high-end sneakers.

As Seattle Vacates Misdemeanor Convictions, County Mulls Action on Felonies

On the heels of similar moves in California and Colorado, Seattle officials say they will move to vacate hundreds of misdemeanor convictions for cannabis possession.

JoAnna McKee, Co-Founder of Seattle’s First Cannabis Co-op, Dies at 74

McKee and her partner, Stich Miller, founded Seattle's first cannabis co-op, Green Cross Patient Co-Op, in 1993, five years before Washington approved medical marijuana.

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