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The Joint Blog | February 7, 2018 by Anthony Martinelli
 WA: Committee Approves Bill to Allow Marijuana Stores to Obtain and Sell CBD Products From Outside Sources
Anthony Martinelli

Washingtons House Appropriations Committee has approved a measure that would allow marijuana outlets to use cannabidiol products CBD products obtained from sources other than state licensed producer/processors.
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The Cannabist | Feb 5, 2018
 One month after Sessions marijuana memo, where do U.S. attorneys stand on legal weed?
Bruce Kennedy and Alex Pasquariello
Its been a month since U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Cole Memo, Obama-era Department of Justice guidance on enforcement of federal law in states that legalized marijuana in some form. Sessions marijuana policy shift didnt just inject uncertainty into the legal cannabis industry it empowered the Justice Departments U.S. attorneys to enforce or ignore federal marijuana laws. U.S. attorneys are the chief federal law enforcement officers within 93 districts throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands....
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The Oregonian | Feb 2
 US Attorney for Oregon says state has `formidable` problem with black market marijuana

Noelle Crombie
The top federal prosecutor in Oregon on Friday pressed for data and details about the scope of the state`s role as a source of black market marijuana. U.S. Attorney Billy Williams told a large gathering that included Gov. Kate Brown, law enforcement officials and representatives of the cannabis industry that Oregon has an ``identifiable and formidable overproduction and diversion problem.`` ``That is the fact,`` he told the crowd at the U.S. District courthouse. ``And my responsibility is to work with our state partners to do something about it.`` Added Williams: ``Make ....
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Marijuana Business Daily | January 31, 2018
 Decimated by oversupply, Oregon wholesale prices for outdoor-grown trim, flower for oil drop to $50 a pound

Bart Schaneman
Oregons marijuana cultivators are facing a challenging environment that favors vertically integrated companies and craft cannabis. Wholesale prices for trim and outdoor-grown marijuana flower sold to processors have dropped to as low as $50 a pound. According to one industry insider, prices have undergone a 50 percent annualized drop over the past two years. The situation isnt likely to improve any time soon. With hundreds of producer and retail licenses pending approval from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, which regulates the states cannabis industry, the supply g....
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The Oregonian | Jan 11
 Nearly 1 in 5 legal pot shops involved in stings sold to underage
Noelle Crombie
Nearly 20 percent of state-licensed marijuana retailers sold marijuana to underage shoppers in a recent series of undercover visits by regulators. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission sent people younger than 21 into 86 licensed stores across the state in December. Of those, 16 allowed underage people to purchase the drug. In each case, the underage volunteer carried their own government-issued identification. Steve Marks, executive director of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, called the results of the decoy operation ``unacceptable.`` Top state officials, includin....
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