Katie Conley

Katie Conley is an editor at DOPE Magazine. She enjoys watching schlocky movies, listening to comedy and true crime podcasts, singing karaoke and napping in inopportune places.

Author's Articles

Law & Politics

PR Companies are Normalizing Cannabis

We’re a cannabis publication; weed is our bread and (canna)butter. But how do more mainstream publications deal with the topic…

Report Shows Similar Trends in American and Canadian Cannabis Consumption

Cannabis Consumption Stats, eh. As Canada nears full cannabis legalization, BDS Analytics, a Colorado-based company specializing in cannabusiness-driven data, recently…
Health & Wellness

Going Green After Kicking the Bucket

The Sustainability of Death In their 1976 classic, (“Don’t Fear) The Reaper,” Blue Öyster Cult sang that “40,00 men and…

DOPE Review | Avengers: Infinity War

For everyone’s sake, I’m going to split this review into two sections. The first review will be for those who…

DOPE Review | A Quiet Place

Nothing makes you realize just how loud other people are than when you’re watching a movie with large swaths of…

Will Cannabis Change the Future of Personalized Medicine?

As the opioid epidemic continues to ravage the country, could the future of healthcare be at the intersection of cannabis…

Six More Weird Stories That Will Make You Question Reality

You devoured our last roundup of mind-expanding stories, so we've curated six more of the weirdest, WTF-inducing items sure to…

Gringo (2018) Disappoints: Film Billed as Cannabis Crime Comedy Features No Cannabis or Comedy

The advertising for Gringo may have you thinking it's about cannabis and Big Pharma. Sounds interesting, right? Well, it's not.…
Law & Politics

Top 5 Medical Retail Shop Infractions Exposed

Adherence Compliance found that states with a longer history of legal medical cannabis (California, Washington, Colorado) did worse on compliance…

Secrets of a Successful Cannabusiness Couple

Relationships are hard enough-add forging a business in the ever-changing cannabis industry into the mix and things get a whole…