The State of Oregon officially legalized marijuana in 2014 through a ballot initiative known as Measure 91. This allows for the recreational sale of cannabis by licensed dispensaries to those who are 21 years of age or older. Nowadays, Oregon’s Liquor Control Commission regulates the...

As the stigma behind marijuana usage fades, new challenges have been presented to the burgeoning industry. Unlike most medication, prescribed marijuana generally is not covered by medical insurance. In response, California is taking the unprecedented step in authorizing free marijuana to qualified residents. Seizing upon...

Capping off an unprecedented year, New Jersey residents voted in favor of recreational cannabis. In what many had been predicting for some time, the November 3rd voter referendum officially paved the way for legislation to legalize the sale and production of the drug. Critically, in...

2020 has spawned a number of firsts and unparalleled events. Keeping in step with that trend, the State of Oregon is moving forward with another unprecedented action. In what’s being hailed as a key step in dismantling the war on drugs, Oregon voters approved a...

As more states opt for marijuana legalization, many lawyers and banks have been reluctant to service marijuana related industries due to the drug’s illegal status under federal law. Some lawyers find themselves in an ethical dilemma when considering whether to represent a client who is...

With recreational cannabis becoming legal in Oregon in 2016, many analysts predicted the tax revenue generated from its sale to be substantial. They were right. Oregon recently posted its 2019 cannabis tax revenue and the numbers have hit record highs. Each year since cannabis has become...

For those interested or currently in the process of obtaining a recreational marijuana license in Oregon, there are some important laws that you should familiarize yourself with. As with entering any business or industry, researching the laws surrounding legal compliance is a key step in...

Since legalizing marijuana in 2014, the State of Oregon has experienced an oversaturation of its legal marijuana market, driving down prices and creating a surplus. Observers have opined that the surplus is fundamentally caused by the initial explosion of the industry upon legalization, and Oregon's...

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