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TLC Lab Supply
Medford OR
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...
TLC Lab Supply

Cascadia Labs
Bend OR
WHO WE AREA patient oriented team, we draw from extensive horticulture, pharmacology, and analytical chemistry experience to provide science based quality assurance for medicinal cannabis products. We are committed to enhancing the availability of safe and efficacious products t...

Green Leaf Lab - Roseburg
Roseburg OR

Green Leaf Lab - Portland
Portland OR
The Northwests Premiere Cannalysis Laboratory. Green Leaf Lab is Oregons most trusted name for medical cannabis potency testing and safety screening. Know What You Grow.We are here to help you navigate and comply with Oregon State Law for PRFs and Medical Marijuana Facilities, an...
Green Leaf Lab - Portland
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Marijuana Business Daily | May 25, 2018
 Week in Review: Ohio cannabis real estate woes, Missouri ballot measures & Oregon legal jitters

Bart Schaneman, Jeff Smith and John Schroyer
Ohio medical marijuana companies spend thousands on real estate while awaiting licenses, Missouri MMJ businesses eye ballot measures that would prove most business-friendly, and Oregons top federal prosecutor calls out the states excess cannabis output. Heres a closer look at some notable developments in the cannabis industry over the past week. Waiting for Godot No business relishes bleeding cash even before it can open. But thats the situation for some medical marijuana dispensary applicants in Ohio that are spending thousands of dollars on real estate for their poten....
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The Oregonian | May 18
 Feds will target marijuana black market, overproduction in Oregon

Noelle Crombie
Federal prosecutors will target the illicit marijuana market, organized crime, outlaw grows and operations that ``pose a substantial risk of violence`` under new guidelines for cannabis enforcement in Oregon made public Friday. Billy Williams, the U.S. attorney for Oregon, issued the guidelines in response to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions` decision earlier this year to scrap an Obama-era policy that largely tolerated marijuana in states where the drug is legal. The memo represents the first marijuana policy announcement by a U.S. attorney in a state that`s home to a....
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