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Prosser to decide if they will extend moratorium
Prosser to decide if they will extend moratorium (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
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Prosser City Council to Decide on Future Pot Moratoriums

Tuesday evening, the Prosser City Council will decide if they will keep the folks at Altitude the happiest in the basin, for at least a little while.

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Burglars strike Kennewick home twice looking for pot plants
Burglars strike Kennewick home twice looking for pot plants (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)
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Medical Pot Plant Theft Highlights Ongoing Problem in Tri-Cities, Elsewhere

The apprehension of multiple suspects Sunday by Kennewick police spotlights a recurring problem with pot plant thefts, usually involving legal medical marijuana patients.

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New bill prohibits welfare recipients buy pot with benefit cards
New bill prohibits welfare recipients buy pot with benefit cards (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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‘No Welfare for Weed’ Law Passed by Congress

The House of Representatives passed a bill Tuesday that will try to keep welfare recipients from using their benefits to buy marijuana.

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Stabbing victim had a backpack full of pot
Stabbing victim had a backpack full of pot (Newstalk 870 file image)
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Stabbing Victim Drives Self to Hospital with Backpack Full of Marijuana

Police are trying to piece together the details of a stabbing that occurred in the early morning hours Wednesday in Kennewick.

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Prosser pot store to offer marijuana soda soon
Prosser pot store to offer marijuana soda soon (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)
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Edible Pot Products Coming to Prosser Marijuana Store Soon?

Back in the day,  a person had to smoke weed to get high.  Soon, you might be able to double up on  your munchies.

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Fife, Wenatchee being sued over pot bans
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WA Attorney General Jumps into Pot Lawsuits

Fife and Wenatchee are being sued by perspective marijuana growers and sellers, and the State Attorney General appears to be possibly taking the side of the cities.

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House votes to keep DEA from going after banks accepting pot money
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U.S. House Votes to Prevent Feds from Penalizing Banks Taking Pot Money

It's seen as a positive step by pot stores in our state, but most banks still won't touch drug money even if it's legal.

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Man fired after employer sees him buy pot on TV newscast
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Spokane Security Guard Fired After Boss Sees Him Buying Pot on TV News

He was the first in line to buy legal pot in Spokane, but he will now be on the unemployment line.

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Oregon residents seeking legal pot in Washington
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Oregon Residents Flocking to WA to Buy Pot – Running Risk of Arrest

Yet another aspect of the recreational marijuana issue that the ACLU didn't consider.

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Prosser yes, Pasco no
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Pot in Prosser, But Pasco Planning Ban

Citing discrepancies and differences between state and Federal law, the City of Pasco has started down the road towards banning pot stores.

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