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April 10, 2020

In 2014, D.C. local voters rallied together to pass the now-famed, oft-cited Initiative 71. The bill represented a giant step toward fully legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in the District, legislation that would reduce crime and help the plant become less stigmatized. But without statehood, the bill can only do so much for residents, despite their explicit and clear desires regarding the leafy, green plant.Read More

March 20, 2020

As people stock up on toilet paper and canned tomatoes, some locals are adding another item to their lists: cannabis. DC-area dispensary owners and Initiative 71 vendors say they’re experiencing a boost in business while adopting new safety strategies. Read More

Feb. 14, 2019

Shouldn’t be difficult, right? On a recent trip to Washington, D.C., I wanted to see how easy it was to buy legal recreational marijuana. Read More

Dec 23, 2017

One Wednesday morning this autumn, an entrepreneur in her mid-40s found herself alone in her house in a suburb just outside Washington, DC. Read More

July 30, 2017

While public support for marijuana grows across the country, ambiguity surrounding marijuana laws in Washington, D.C., has provided an opportunity for online… Read More

May 22, 2017

In Washington, it is now as easy to get marijuana delivered to your front door as pizza. Really expensive pizza. Read More

The District legalized cannabis but, thanks to continued congressional meddling, there’s still no tax-and-regulate system in place, so you can’t walk… Read More

May 23, 2016

According to DC law, you can’t sell cannabis. But you can give it away—and that’s exactly how Pink Fox brings its edibles to the people who need them. Read More

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