In 1982, seven women met in a mountain cabin outside of Mosier, Oregon. They were concerned about the harm caused by the misuse and abuse of all drugs. Frustrated by the emotional, narrow focus on illegal drugs by existing parents groups and the government, they felt a need...
The Oregon Cannabis Association is a diverse group of cultivators, processors, retailers, entrepreneurs, and allied businesses. Our mission is to help one another thrive through networking events, educational workshops, and political representation. The Oregon Cannabis Associa...
The Oregon SunGrowers Guild is a grassroots organization dedicated to advocacy and support of small family farms and naturally produced Sungrown cannabis and cannabis products. We are primarily supported through member donations as well as business memberships and local fundrais...
News & Resources for the Northwest Cannabis Industry Flip-Side Magazine provides News & Resources for the Northwest Cannabis Industry, and is the only marijuana trade publication serving Oregon and Washington cannabis professionals. Our printed magazine is published monthly ar...
Monthly Public meeting happens Every 4th Saturday, 2pm also at Willamette Valley NORML office, , at 1601C Oak St., Eugene, OR, 97401. This meeting is free and open to the public. Many Thanx to The Greener Side for their courageous support in making this happen. Please dont waste...
The Following services are available at our Portland, Oregon Voter Power location.VOTER POWER CLINIC Hours: Mon-Thur 10am-4pm-The Voter Power Clinic helps patient obtain their Oregon Medical Marijuana Card. Services include: Consultations, Doctors Visit, and assistance in finding...
New Mexico: Governor Signs Marijuana Legalization, Automatic Expungement Measures into Law
Earlier today, Democratic Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed two separate measures into law amending the states marijuana policies. The first measure House Bill 2 legalizes and regulates marijuana possession, production, and sales for adults. The second measure Senate Bill 2 facilitates the automatic review and expungement of the records of those convicted of low-level marijuana offenses.
Lawmakers approved both bills during a special legislative session demanded by Gov. Lujan Grisham, who had been a vocal proponent of the reforms.
NORML State Policies Manager Carly W.... View more in new window
Cannabis Culture | April 12, 2021
Netherlands BioTech Firm Perfect Plants Set Roots in Canada
PERFECT PLANTS Perfect Plants, the only global producer of cannabis tissue culture in the world, is ready to plant itself on Canadian soil.
Based out of the Netherlands, the biotech companys decision to expand outside of Europe arose with the vision of becoming the worlds largest provider of reliable genetics for food and pharma plants, including cannabis, and therefore acts as a key component to achieving commercial success in the industry.
With over 40 years under their belt in biogenetics, which includes perfected breeding protocols, Perfect Plants develops the cleanest starting materials, free from unwanted bacterias and pesky viruses, for over 15 million plants a year. By eliminating the risks and variab.... View more in new window
marijuanamoment.net | April 12, 2021
Four More States Could Still Legalize Marijuana This Year After New Mexico, New York And Virginia
With New Mexico, New York and Virginia legalizing marijuana in recent days, one might think the cannabis reform movement has already achieved its high water mark for 2021. But the fact is, legalization bills are still moving forward in several other states across the country this session.
From Delaware to Minnesota, lawmakers are still working to end prohibition by the years end. While theres no guarantee that theyll be successful, theres growing momentum for legalization with top lawmakers and governors on board, and each state that enacts the policy change adds pressure .... View more in new window
marijuanamoment.net | April 12, 2021
New Mexico Governor Signs Marijuana Legalization Bill, Making State Third To Enact Reform Within Days
The governor of New Mexico on Monday signed a bill to legalize marijuana in the state, as well as a separate measure to expunge records for people with prior, low-level cannabis convictions.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham D gave final approval to the legislation, a key accomplishment for her administration after she listed legalization as a 2021 priority. Although lawmakers failed to pass a legalization bill before the regular sessions end last month, the governor convened a special session to ensure they got the job done.
The legalization of adult-use cannabis paves the way.... View more in new window
marijuanamoment.net | April 6, 2021
Washington Lawmakers Hear Drug Decrim Bill After Supreme Court Strikes Down Prohibition
With Washington State lawmakers weighing their options after a court ruling that struck down the states law criminalizing drug possession, legislation favored by reform-minded lawmakers received its first committee hearing on Monday.
Senate Bill 5476 is one of at least nine measures introduced in response to the state Supreme Courts February decision, State v. Blake, and is widely seen as among the more likely of the bills to make it across the finish line before the legislative session ends on April 25. If passed, it would represent a shift away from the punitive drug war.... View more in new window
NORML | April 2, 2021
A Week for the History Books
This whirlwind of a week is one for the cannabis history books. For those of you keeping score at home:
On Tuesday, New York lawmakers passed legislation legalizing the adult-use marijuana market, and permitting for the personal use, possession, and cultivation of cannabis. Hours later, the Governor signed the bill into law with the provisions legalizing personal marijuana possession taking immediate effect.
On Wednesday, Virginias Governor called for lawmakers to amend legislation in order to expedite the timeline for when Virginians can legally possess and grow .... View more in new window
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