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Going Green Sweet Home
Sweet Home OR
3360
Spreading Education & Good Medication to the Sweet Home/Lebanon/Brownsville/Cascadia Areas in a Professional, Compassionate Setting

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Pakalolo PDX, LLC
Portland OR
15010
Pakalolo is a family owned and operated Licensed Medical Marijuana dispensary in Southeast Portland, Oregon. Our mission is to provide safe, high quality Cannabis to OMMP patients at fair prices. We serve our patients in the spirit of aloha and wish to share with everyone our kno...
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Alberta Green House
Portland OR
15006
A Trusted Dispensary
ConcentratesSticky and ShinyAll Safely ExtractedWe provide the cleanest and healthiest cannabis oil. Our concentrates have a perfect balance of THC and CBD for specific ailments. EdiblesMouth WateringBaked TreatsEvery bite of our sweet and savory selection...

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TLC Lab Supply
Medford OR
3408
Thin Layer Chromatography testing has been used in labs for years. It is taught in many University chemistry courses, with these kits it will allow the testing for THC, CBG, CBN, CBD, and more in cannaboid plant substances and products. This test is in full compliance with the g...
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High-Way 420
Seaside OR
3092
Highway 420 is an open to the public retail store which carries a wide variety of both economical and heady local glass as well as a large selection of vaporizers, grinders, wood,metal pipes, and stone pipes, hidden safes, and acrylic - ceramic - brand name bongs. We also have va...
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Stop the Drug War | July 17, 2019
 Oregons Pot Glut: Great for Consumers, Not So Much for Producers


psmith

``NEED WEED? Exit Here`` and the succinct ``MARIJUANA This exit.``
Drivers heading north on I-5 in southern Oregon not only enjoy the regions towering mountains and evergreen forests, they are also treated to the occasional enticement. At various points along the way, giant billboards appear, shouting out messages like NEED WEED? Exit Here and the succinct MARIJUANA This exit. The popular Blue Dream strain is available for $2 gram or $45 an ounce in one Oregon shop. Thats not unusual CP/Flickr And when motorists pull off the highway and wander into those shops, theyre finding weed at unbelievable prices. One shop offered grams of the pop....
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Marijuana Moment | June 25, 2019
 Oregon Governor Signs Bill To Allow Interstate Marijuana Imports And Exports


Kyle Jaeger
If federal marijuana laws change, Oregon would be positioned to export and import cannabis to and from other states under a bill signed by Gov. Kate Brown D last week. It was one of three pieces of marijuana legislation she approved in the span of a few days. The export and import bill grants the governor authority to make agreements with neighboring states where marijuana is legal to provide for lawful interstate commerce of cannabis products. But the governor can only exercise that authority if the federal government makes it legal or if the Justice Department implements....
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The Joint Blog | June 11, 2019
 Oregon: Governor Signs Law Prohibiting Landlords From Discriminating Against Medical Marijuana Patients


Paul Armentano
Democratic Gov. Kate Brown has signed legislation, Senate Bill 970, prohibiting landlords from taking discriminatory action against those who either use medical cannabis or possess cannabis-related convictions. The measure states that a landlord may not take into consideration an applicants status as a medical marijuana patient or whether they have a conviction based solely on the use or possession of marijuana. Often times patients are forced to choose between their health and well-being and suitable housing, said NORML State Policies Coordinator Carly Wolf. No human bei....
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