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SeattlePI | December 16, 2018 | Seattle
  WSLCB approves new marijuana candy regulations

Zosha Millman

Candy edibles will be permitted in Washington state so long as they aren`t too colorful
Good news edible fans: Washington state will not ban pot-infused candies and gummies after all. But there will be some changes coming to the treats. The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board finalized a policy on Wednesday which limits the colors and shapes that edibles can have, but doesn`t forbid pot-infused candies, like an earlier policy did. Recommended Video As expected, the new rules stipulate that pot companies to avoid bright colors, working instead with a ``standard pantone color book that sets the list of colors and specified ranges within those colors`` f....
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CANN Media Group | February 8, 2019 | WASHINGTON, D.C.
 Wyden Bill Deschedules Cannabis, Ends 280E, Adds 25 Fed Excise Tax

Tom Hymes

The bipartisan legislation introduced today by Sen. Wyden and Rep. Blumenauer trades regulation and taxation for an end to the federal war on state-legal cannabis.
Senator Ron Wyden D-OR today introduced S. 420 as part of a bipartisan package of legislation offered in tandem with fellow-Oregonian and Democrat Rep. Earl Blumenauer that seeks to preserve the integrity of state marijuana laws and provide a path for responsible federal legalization and regulation of the marijuana industry. The announcement was made via the newsroom of the Senate Committee on Finance, of which Wyden is the ranking member. It was a fitting move considering the financial bent of the three-bill package, which, in addition to descheduling cannabis, does away ....
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The Oregonian | February 03, 2019
 Marijuana supply far outweighs demand in Oregon`s legal market, new study says

Noelle Crombie
Oregons regulated cannabis industry is so overstocked with product that it could meet consumer demand for the next six and a half years, according to the states analysis of the market. That was one of the conclusions in the Oregon Liquor Control Commissions recent analysis of cannabis supply and demand. The report, based on data from three years of production and more than two years of legal sales, was submitted to lawmakers last week. The document is intended to provide a snapshot of market trends and an examination of how Oregon marijuana policy, such as unlimited pro....
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