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Marijuana Business Daily | November 26, 2018
 Dozens of marijuana licenses at risk after Oregon inspections


Eli McVey and Maggie Cowee
More than a quarter of Oregons outdoor recreational marijuana producers had deficiencies or potential compliance violations in their harvest processes, according to the results of Operation Good Harvest the states effort to observe and inspect the 2018 outdoor cannabis harvest. Of the 354 licensed outdoor recreational grow sites inspected by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission OLCC between September and early November, 95 licensees 27 percent were found to have discrepancies or shortcomings in their harvest activities, and 41 face possible revocation of their cultivati....
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The Oregonian | Nov 16 2018
 Oregon marijuana prices plunge and sales soar


Rampant overproduction in Oregons market for legal, recreational marijuana has produced a 50 percent decline in prices, according to state economists. That widely documented collapse has been hard on farmers and retailers but a boon for consumers. A new state analysis finds the price collapse sparked a big uptick in marijuana purchases and a corresponding increase in associated tax revenue. Lower prices are helping to drive the volume of sales higher and induce black and medical market conversions into the legal, recreational market, according to Josh Lehner of the Oreg....
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Marijuana Business Daily | November 16, 2018
 Week in Review: OR cannabis firms owe the tax man, Ohio nears MMJ sales & some MI cities ban rec marijuana businesses


Bart Schaneman, Jeff Smith and John Schroyer
Oregon cannabis businesses fall behind on their tax obligations, Ohio inches closer to launching its tardy medical marijuana program, and some Michigan cities are prohibiting adult-use MJ companies. Heres a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry this week. Oregon tax crunch Oregon marijuana businesses may owe the state up to $15.7 million in back taxes, but that shouldnt necessarily be seen as a cannabis-specific problem, according to one analyst. In any industry where the stakeholders are faced with bleak situations and the ability to make a....
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The Oregonian | ASTORIA
 Some Oregon pot stores consolidating to weather weak market


The Associated Press
Signs for Mr. Nice Guy, an ode to the 1998 stoner comedy ``Half Baked,`` recently began popping up in Astoria. The Daily Astorian reports that the marijuana retailer has merged with a sister company, Hi Cascade, absorbing its location at the foot of the South Slope. Mr. Nice Guy will open another store next month on Bond Street downtown. The new addition to Astoria`s growing number of marijuana stores is also part of a trend toward consolidation, as many shops try to weather a weak market, sometimes taking on outside investment capital. Will Wiedenmann, an assistant dire....
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The Oregonian | Nov 8 2018
 U.S. Attorney for Oregon tapped to lead national marijuana panel


Noelle Crombie
The U.S. Attorney for Oregon has been named chairman of the Attorney Generals marijuana working group, a panel made up of federal prosecutors from states where cannabis is legal. Billy Williams will lead the 16-member committee, which examines marijuana enforcement and other issues related to legalization nationwide. The committee is a longstanding one that predates the Trump administration. Feds will target marijuana black market, overproduction in Oregon Feds will target marijuana black market, overproduction in Oregon Billy Williams, the U.S. attorney for Oregon, iss....
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NORML | November 7, 2018
 Marijuana Reform Scores Big Wins In Midterms


Marijuana reformers enjoyed numerous federal, state, and local victories last night. Here are the highlights. STATE BALLOT INITIATIVES Florida: Sixty-three percent of Florida voters approved Amendment 4, which amends the state constitution to restore voting privileges to those with non-violent felony convictions including tens of thousands of those convicted of marijuana-related offenses. Passage of the amendment is anticipated to reinstate voting rights to some 1.4 million Floridians. Michigan: Voters by a margin of 56 percent to 44 percent approved Proposal 1, legaliz....
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