WashingtonStateCannabis.org is an organization for learning about past, current and emerging trends in the cannabis industry. We provide timely information to help established and intending growers, manufacturers, sellers, and consumers of cannabis and cannabis products understand the current state of the industry. Our data-driven research discusses the journey towards cannabis legalization in Washington and the current regulatory environment relating to medical and recreational cannabis.
Our chief goal at WashingtonStateCannabis.org is to make it easier for readers to understand the Washington cannabis industry and its impact on our state. Towards this end, we strive to educate Washington residents about cannabis legislation in the state by explaining current laws, highlighting their limits, discussing their impacts, and providing up-to-date information on how to obtain the licenses required to participate in Washington’s cannabis marketplace.
At WashingtonStateCannabis.org, we care deeply that our readers have the right information to safely use cannabis and cannabis products. Therefore, we help them understand Washington’s regulations on cannabis usage as well as the state’s age and conditional restrictions. We also help readers know where they can buy cannabis in the state and the quantities they are allowed to legally possess. Consumers requiring medical cannabis will have access to a trove of information regarding medical conditions approved for cannabis therapy in Washington and how to obtain a medical marijuana card in the state.
Establishing the historic context of the legalization of cannabis in Washington is only the first step in understanding the state’s cannabis legalization. We provide insightful analyses on the current state of cannabis laws in Washington and the restrictions still placed on the cultivation, distribution, and usage of cannabis in the state. Growers, manufacturers, and dispensary owners will also find the information they need to obtain and maintain the licenses required to establish and grow their cannabis businesses.
Washington legalized medical marijuana in 1998 and became the first state to legalize and begin the sale of recreational marijuana in 2012. Given its pioneering contribution to state marijuana legislations, we provide ample data and discussion for researchers and policymakers to use Washington as a study for monitoring changes in public attitude towards legalizing cannabis and the socioeconomic impact of marijuana legislation.