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CANN Media Group | October 9, 2018 | OLYMPIA, Washington
 Washington State Bans Gummies, Hard Candies, Other Edibles
The sweeping reclassification of allowable cannabis-infused edibles takes effect January 1; Existing inventory can be sold until stock is depleted or by April 3, 2019.
The sweeping reclassification of allowable cannabis-infused edibles takes effect January 1; Existing inventory can be sold until stock is depleted or by April 3, 2019.
Tom Hymes
The Washington State Liquor & Cannabis Board LACB has issued a sweeping reevaluation of cannabis-infused candy that includes a ban on several categories of products, starting January 1, 2019. In an announcement issued October 3, the board said the move was prompted by concerns raised by the Board, stakeholders, and the public regarding infused edible candy.Staff specifically reevaluated all approved marijuana infused candy products to ensure the products align with current and new rules prohibiting products that are especially appealing to children, said LACB. Results ind....
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The Joint Blog | October 4, 2018
 Oregon Garnered Over $10 Million in Marijuana Taxes in August, Setting New Monthly Record


Oregon Garnered Over $10 Million in Marijuana Taxes in August, Setting New Monthly Record

According to the Oregon Department of Revenue, the state made over $10 million in taxes from legal marijuana sales in August.
In total, Oregon garnered $10,114,594 million in marijuana taxes in August, narrowly beating out the previous monthly record set in July the record before that was the $9.2 million made in January. Augusts taxes were made from the sale of around $50 million worth of marijuana and marijuana products. Of the $10.1 million in marijuana taxes made in August, $8,791,774 came from the states tax on marijuana; the remaining $1,322,820 came from local taxes. The new data brings Oregons total tax revenue from marijuana made in fiscal year 2018 to $82,203,729, which already surpas....
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