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At roughly $200 for a pound of trimmed marijuana, it’s no wonder why people flock to our area from all over the country to take advantage of “the harvest.” Much like the migrant workers of the 1950’s, Trimmigrants, as they’re called, travel from farm to farm (or basement to basement),

Cannabis is finally legal and all you home cook aficionados can finally annoy your significant other with pungent aromas, new dishes and exciting experimentations. Which you were probably already doing, but now you can do so with weed instead of okra. Unless you are a medical user (and we recommend

Pot is legal! Hooray! Now get back to work. Oh, sorry. You thought this fight was over? Not by a long shot. Let’s start with the obvious: it’s still illegal federally. So long as that’s the case, then state legalization is at risk. Not to mention all the other issues

A Study Looking at Efficacy to Side Effects When I suggested writing about this topic, I was primarily wanting it to coincide with marijuana’s new legal status in Oregon, but another bounty has appeared! Just this week marijuana made the medical news in a systematic review and meta-analyses of cannabinoids

The Straight Dope By Eli Stillman – @EliMent13 Along with marijuana legalization comes conflicts with existing laws outside of the usual spectrum.  Home growers and recreational smokers are largely in the clear now, but students and drivers may be scratching their heads about how toking up can affect their daily