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Tauhid Chappell was a social media producer for The Washington Post's Metro section. He left The Post in March 2018. He joined The Post in 2016 from 12News, a local TV station in Phoenix.
The state cannabis commission says banning the patients may have violated rules for the industry.
While I love food shared in The Post’s newsroom, this challenge taught me that there’s not quite enough to go around.
Vendors offer trinkets, with cannabis-infused treats as “gifts.” But police are cracking down.
Women Grow, a nonprofit that works to increase opportunities for women in the marijuana industry, hosted a forum to discuss how technology is creating jobs and what people should know about the industry.
The state is the first to approve recreational marijuana legislatively.
There’s a stereotype that disability recipients don’t want to work. The reality is very different.
Maryland’s medical marijuana program has seen its fair share of problems and delays in 2017. Here’s a recap of what has happened.
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