Emilia Montalvo, a birth consultant and suburban mom in Springfield, Virginia, took up marijuana as an adult when recreational use became legal in Washington, D.C. “It’s getting more comfortable for me as I go out and see more people doing it.” (Washington Post photo by Bill O’Leary)

Emilia Montalvo, a birth consultant and suburban mom in Springfield, Virginia, took up marijuana as an adult when recreational use became legal in Washington, D.C. “It’s getting more comfortable for me as I go out and see more people doing it.” (Washington Post photo by Bill O’Leary)

From dazed, confused to braised, infused: Pot goes upscale

A nationwide legalization movement is chipping away at old stigmas.

You must sign in or register to continue reading content.

More in Nation-World

Canada’s Trudeau appears set to hold onto government

High Liberal party was projected to win the most seats in the 338-seat Parliament.

Trump urges GOP to ‘get tougher and fight’ impeachment

Points a finger at Utah Sen. Mitt Romney, who has emerged as his most notable GOP critic.

In shift, Trump to retain limited troops in Syria

Second time this year that the president has announced a complete withdrawal, only to walk it back.

$260M deal averts trial on opioid crisis

The deal contains no admission of wrongdoing by the defendants.

Online ordering boom gives rise to virtual restaurants

Thousands of places are experimenting with these virtual spinoffs tucked inside their own kitchens.

Study finds U.S. public land workers face assaults, threats

New report highlights anti-government tensions that at times have boiled over.

Syrian Kurds quit town on border with Turkey amid shaky truce

They were replaced by Turkish-backed rebels who had previously besieged and shelled the town.

Trump reversed course on G-7

He made the move after learning that Republicans were tired of defending him

Most Read