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Marijuana laws
8:12 am
Fri June 14, 2013

Experts Press For Pot Candy Ban

Credit courtesy of the DEA

As Washington state moves toward licensing marijuana retail stores, a major concern for public health experts is preventing kids from eating marijuana. They are asking the state to ban marijuana-infused candy and other sweets, and require packaging and flavors that are less appealing to kids. KUOW’s Amy Radil reports.

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Advertising For Facebook
5:07 pm
Thu October 4, 2012

Oregon Ad Firm Lands Facebook Account

Portland's Wieden + Kennedy has created Facebook's first-ever ad campaign.
Facebook

An Oregon-based advertising company really likes Facebook. The social media giant unveiled Thursday a first-ever advertising campaign that was created by Portland firm Wieden + Kennedy. The company will also serve as Facebook's chief advertising agency.

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Controversial Bus Ad
6:23 am
Thu October 4, 2012

Federal Court Considers Controversial NW Bus Ad

A controversial ad seen on King County buses.
Photo by Jessica Robinson Northwest News Network

The question of how free speech applies to the side of buses is before a panel of federal judges. Members of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Wednesday in a special meeting in Spokane. The case stems from a controversial ad on Seattle buses but has implications for transit systems around the Northwest. Correspondent Jessica Robinson reports.

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Coal Export Support
6:29 pm
Thu July 26, 2012

Pro-Coal Alliance Launches Ad Campaign

A campaign is kicking off in the Northwest to build support for coal exports. The Alliance for Northwest Jobs and Exports includes major mining companies, railways and labor groups, all signing on to support coal export terminals in Oregon and Washington. The group is launching newspaper, radio, and television ads.

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Political Advertising
6:52 am
Mon June 11, 2012

Washingtonians Disappointed By Negative Political Ads

Washington voters find it hard to determine if political campaign ads are accurate, according to a survey by the AARP of Washington. Paige Browning reports, the organization hosted an event in Spokane Thursday to share the results and educate their members.

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