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A Sumptuous Seattle 420 Dining Experience

Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, May, 9th 2017 by THCFinder

Since the legalization of cannabis in 2015, entertaining in Washington State has rapidly evolved to include cannabis inspired events.  Due to prohibition of public consumption, people have found unique ways to partake of cannabis legally.  Private, in-home parties lightly skirt the law so guests can use their favorite cannabis products.

I launched Ettalew’s Edibles in 2009 and have been present for the evolution of cannabis from medical to legal. Having witnessed the landscape change from something one consumed in private, to outdoor festivals with public consumption, I have eagerly anticipated cannabis dinner parties, where curators of food and beverage carefully match spices, flavors, and textures with terpenes and cannabinoids to create a mind-blowing experience.

One such dinner was coordinated by a team comprised of Derek Simcik, executive chef of Scout at the Thompson Hotel Seattle, Silas Manlove, beverage manager of the Thompson Hotel Seattle, and from Lux Pot Shop, owner AC Franks and product buyer Shea Hynes. While these gentlemen were the sommeliers of food, beverage, and cannabis, the staff at the dispensary and the restaurant provided amazing support that enabled the evening to run smoothly, with great attention to detail.

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Louis CK - Smoking Pot

Category: Videos | Posted on Tue, May, 9th 2017 by THCFinder


What is the DUI Limit for Marijuana in States Where It’s Legal?

Category: Tokers | Posted on Tue, May, 9th 2017 by THCFinder

What is the DUI limit for marijuana in states where it’s legal?

As everyone is aware, recreational cannabis is now fully legal for adults up and down the West coast, as well as in Colorado, Nevada, Massachusetts, Maine, and D.C.  Psychoactive marijuana is legal for medicinal purposes in twenty other states, and counting.

Critics of legalization have complained that there will inevitably be a spike in drugged driving in these “green” states, due to increased availability and reduced social stigma.  The numbers do not necessarily prove naysayers’ predictions correct – at least not yet.  Nevertheless, some states (like Washington and Colorado) elected to pick a “per se” DUI threshold for THC similar to the .08 level for alcohol, presumably to assuage such concerns and get their legislation passed.

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Trump to Congress: I’ll Do What I Want about Medical Marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Tue, May, 9th 2017 by THCFinder

It’s not easy keeping up with Trump’s contradictions, bizarre bragging, blatant lies and general ignorance of how government functions. And, yeah, the fact that he doesn’t seem to realize there’s this document called the Constitution.

The list is endless, but let’s zero in on an issue that is near and dear to us: the recent budget appropriations bill, which we thought contained a clear provision that barred the Justice Department from interfering with the implementation of state laws regarding the use of medical marijuana.

However, when Trump signed the bill this past Friday, he issued a signing statement, in which he implied he might decide to ignore that provision, which we know as the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment.

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