Oregon Set To Shield Marijuana User Data From US Officials

protecting customer identity at pot retail

By Kristena Hansen, Associated Press OREGON: Oregon state lawmakers who fear heightened marijuana enforcement by federal agents overwhelmingly approved Monday a proposal to protect pot users from having their identities or cannabis-buying habits from being divulged by the shops that make buying pre-rolled joints and “magic” brownies as easy as grabbing a bottle of whiskey from Read the full article…

Oregon To Begin Recreational Marijuana Sales Early

Kate Brown signs marijuana law

OREGON: Oregon adults will be able to legally purchase recreational marijuana beginning Oct. 1, about a year earlier than had been expected. Gov. Kate Brown (D) signed a law on Tuesday allowing the sale of recreational marijuana in existing medical marijuana dispensaries, starting just three months after Oregon’s reformed marijuana law went into effect. The measure “is a Read the full article…

Early Marijuana Sales Bill For Oregon Signed By Kate Brown

Gov. Kate Brown signs legislation allowing medical marijuana dispensaries in Oregon to begin limited pot sales to adult consumers on Oct. 1.

OREGON:  Gov. Kate Brown signed legislation Tuesday allowing medical marijuana dispensaries in Oregon to begin limited pot sales to adult consumers on Oct. 1. Under Senate Bill 460, over-21 consumers will be able to buy up to a quarter-ounce of dried marijuana per day at dispensaries, as well as seeds and up to four immature plants. Read the full article…

Brown Asks For Tighter Medical Marijuana Restrictions

California lawmakers have reached a historic compromise on regulating the world’s largest medical pot economy.

OREGON:  Gov. Kate Brown on Friday added pressure to a group of lawmakers working to regulate Oregon’s medical marijuana market, saying she wants the state to require a tracking system that follows marijuana from the day it’s planted to the day it’s sold. Brown wrote she supports the system, known as seed-to-sale, in a letter Read the full article…