As advocates, experts & leaders in the cannabis industry & legalization movement Crystal Oliver & Kevin Oliver have frequently been featured and quoted in media over the years.
Seattle Times October 2017 Washington considers the sticky politics of homegrown pot
KOMO News October 2017 Should people be allowed to grow marijuana in homes?
The Inlander October 2017 Grow Your Own?
The Stranger October 2017 State Debates Future of Growing Weed at Home
Redmond Reporter October 2017Will Washingtonians be able to grow their own weed?
Leafly July 2017 'The Haymaker: That’s the Smell of Jobs and Freedom, Boston'
Marijuana Venture June 2017 'Second Annual 40 Under 40' honors Crystal Oliver
Spokesman Review June 2017 'Spokane County commissioners lift moratorium on outdoor pot grows'
Spokesman Review May 2017 'Women play leading role in emerging marijuana businesses in Washington'
Cannabis Business Times May 2017 '7 Key Takeaways from Cannabis 2017'
Sungrower Magazine Spring 2017 'Activism In Action'
Cannabis Business Times February 2017 'Washington's Power Couple'
Spokesman Review February 2017 'Amid fears of federal marijuana crackdown, state attorney general vows to ‘defend the will of Washington voters’'
Spokesman Review January 2017 'Temporary ban on new outdoor pot farms will stay, Spokane County Commission says'
Spokannabist January 2017 'Where the Wind Blows'
Inlander January 2017 'Cannabis farmers ask Spokane County to lift moratorium on new outdoor grows'
Utility Dive December 2016 'Marijuana Growers are Seeing the (LED) Light on Energy Efficiency'
KREM 2 News December 2016 'Spokane County quietly bans outdoor marijuana grows'
Marijuana Venture December 2016 'Good Rewards'
Inlander December 2016 'Skunked'
Leafly Video Feature 'Crystal and Kevin Oliver: What's Your Reason for Cannabis Legalization'
FOX 28 Good Day Spokane November 2016 Interviews Crystal Oliver
KXLY News November 2016 'Commissioners approve temporary ban for outdoor marijuana grows'
Spokesman Review November 2016 'Spokane County bans new outdoor pot farms as odor complaints roll in'
Marijuana Venture October 2016 'My Strength; The Women of Cannabis'
KREM 2 News October 2016 'New rating system scores Washington pot stores'
Catalyst Magazine September 2016 '20 Under 40' honors Crystal Oliver
Spokannabist July 2016 'Why Eastern Wa Has Great Potential for Local Sun-Grown Cannabis'
The Stranger May 2016 "Proposal to Allow Bans on Pot Shops in Alcohol Impact Areas Is a Ridiculously Bad Idea"
Spokesman Review March 2016 "Spokane Lab Finds Pesticides in Many Marijuana Products"
Cannabis Business Times November 2015 '10 Questions With Kevin Oliver'
Spokesman Review November 2015 "Massive harvest, sales mark October marijuana market"
Spokesman Review October 2015 'Growers Expect Record Pot Crop'
Spokesman Review October 2015 "‘Kettle Falls Five’ members get prison time in federal marijuana case"
Spokesman Review July 2015 "Legal pot survives year of upheaval"
Spokesman Review March 2015 ‘Kettle Falls Five’ outcome may mean changes for federal drug prosecutions"
Spokesman Review February 2015 "Marijuana growers, Kettle Falls Five, may be saved by funding bill"
The Bend Bulletin March 2015 "OLCC: Don't mix medical, recreational pot"
Main ST February 2015 "Are Proposed Seattle Cannabis Lounges the Precursor to a Starbucks of Weed?"
MSNBC News February 2015 "Washington Has More Pot Than It Can Smoke"
Cannabis Business Times January 2015 "Washington's Bumpy Start Selling Pot Was a 'Dress Rehearsal'; Now It's Ready for the Big Time"
KXLY November 2014 "County hears public concerns about pot grow, store locations"
Spokane Public Radio KSFC Talks September 2014 "The Budding Business of Marijuana"
Marijuana Ventures August 2014 "The importance of local politics"
NBC News June 2014 "High Times: The Next Five States to Tackle Pot Laws"
Aljazeera America April 2014 "Upcoming 4/20 pot fest a celebration for states where drug is legal"
The Huffington Post February 2014 "You Can Already Order Marijuana Delivery In Washington"
Today February 2014 "Super Bowl high? Pot legal in both Denver, Seattle"
NPR Marketplace January 2014 "Marijuana advocates use Super Bowl as advocacy tool"
New York Daily News January 2014 "Brandon Browner not blowing smoke with weed lawsuit against NFL"
The Daily Caller January 2014 "Eric Holder says soon banks can loan some greens to pot retailers"
The Daily Caller December 2013 "Pot entrepreneurs want to borrow green"
The Seattle Times December 2013 "State's pot era lights up to smoke, dreams, uncertainty"
The Philadelphia Tribune November 2013 "Legalized pot pushing prejudice down, profits up?"
The Spokesman Review October 2013 "Potential marijuana growers, sellers attend liquor board session"
San Francisco Gate September 2013 "High Time Seattle Cannabis Cup 2013"
The Source Weekly September 2013 "Washington is a Window into Our Future"
All Treatment August 2013"A Little Less Woodstock, A Little More NORML"
Bloomberg May 2013 "Pot Regulations in Washington May Differ From Colorado’s"
KIRO May 2013 "State tells you how to get into the marijuana business"
The Easterner February 2013 "Residents share I-502 concerns"
The Seattle Times January 2013 "Packed hearing on new pot law"
Liberation December 2012 'Seattle, un petit joint de paradis'
The Herald of Everett December 2012 'Legal pot use raises questions about abuse issues'
King 5 December 2012 'With marijuana law, Washington enters 'uncharted territory'
The Inlander September 2012 "THE MIDDLE GROUND Washington’s marijuana legalization effort is driving a wedge between pot activists"
Toke of the Town April 2011 "Marijuana Raid Training Interrupted To Protest Raids In Progress"
The Inlander February 2011 "LEGALIZING IT Three measures in Olympia could change the way Washington state looks at pot."
The Olympian June 2010 "At Hempfest, opinions differ on legalized pot"
The Inlander via November Coalition October 2009 "Going Underground A Seattle Lawyer Tells Local Medical Marijuana Dispensaries to Go on the "Down-Low." Will They Listen?"
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