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How Is Oregon Handling Its Cannabis Surplus?

By | February 2nd, 2018|legalization, News, Oregon, regulations|

The post How Is Oregon Handling Its Cannabis Surplus? appeared first on High Times. An overgrowth of weed has lawmakers and spectators alike wondering: how is Oregon handling its cannabis surplus? The state is currently producing more weed than the legal market can handle. And the surplus in cannabis production has become a sticky issue [...]

Oregon Police Stop Drug Field Tests Because of Fentanyl Exposure

By | January 28th, 2018|Fentanyl, News, opioid crisis, Oregon|

The post Oregon Police Stop Drug Field Tests Because of Fentanyl Exposure appeared first on High Times. The growing prevalence of fentanyl is prompting some law enforcement agencies to change the way they handle possible drug cases. Most recently, Oregon State Police have decided to stop conducting field tests. The change is a response to [...]

New Public Health Concerns About Marijuana Advertising in Oregon

By | January 26th, 2018|advertising, legalization, News, Oregon|

The post New Public Health Concerns About Marijuana Advertising in Oregon appeared first on High Times. Public health professionals are concerned about the effects of advertising and marketing legal marijuana.  A January 2018 study in the American Journal of Public Health assessed exposure to marijuana advertising in Oregon after retail sales started in October 2015. [...]

Medical Marijuana Mom Beats State In Court, Wins Back Daughter

By | January 2nd, 2018|children, Culture, lawsuit, Oregon, parenting, parents, People, Radical Rant|

The post Medical Marijuana Mom Beats State In Court, Wins Back Daughter appeared first on High Times. Last week in Oregon’s Malheur County Courthouse, a young single mother who uses medical marijuana to help treat psychiatric conditions convinced a judge she was neither too mentally ill nor abusing drugs, thereby winning back custody of her [...]

Inside sofresh farms

By | December 25th, 2017|Cannabis Farm, cultivation, Grow, January 18 Issue, magazine, Oregon|

The post Inside sofresh farms appeared first on High Times. Oregon tokers are spoiled. It’s not an exaggeration to say that you can’t even give away shitty weed here. Bud that would trip everyone’s trigger in another state doesn’t even disarm the safety here. And sofresh farms’ products, with buds as dank as they get, [...]

Cannabis Lab Founder Steps Down After Neo-Nazi Ties Revealed

By | December 8th, 2017|Business, cannabusiness, Ganjapreneurs, lab testing, Neo-Nazis, News, Oregon, Portland, racism|

The post Cannabis Lab Founder Steps Down After Neo-Nazi Ties Revealed appeared first on High Times. Until earlier this week, Bethany Sherman was a co-owner—with her partner and co-parent Matthew L. Combs—of OG Analytical, a cannabis testing lab in Eugene, Oregon.  By all accounts, they were high-profile members in Oregon’s burgeoning marijuana industry—so high-profile that [...]

Pacific Northwest Marijuana Growing Limits Are Becoming Absurd

By | December 2nd, 2017|cannabis cultivation, Culture, home grow, Medical, mmj, Oregon, People, Radical Rant, regulations, Washington|

The post Pacific Northwest Marijuana Growing Limits Are Becoming Absurd appeared first on High Times. It seems like it should be an easy question to answer. How many cannabis plants are you legally allowed to cultivate at home if you’re an adult living in Washington or Oregon? After all, both states approved medical marijuana 19 [...]

California Pot Farms Hit By Wildfires Receive Neighborly Aid

By | November 30th, 2017|California, cannabusiness, charity, News, Oregon, Pot Farms, wildfires, World|

The post California Pot Farms Hit By Wildfires Receive Neighborly Aid appeared first on High Times. Natural disasters, for all the havoc and devastation they bring, tend to bring out the best in people. Faced with such overwhelming loss, the normal “every person for themselves” mentality that normally prevails is cast aside, and people come [...]

Portland’s Tony Ozier On Staying Woke And Blazing Trails

By | November 21st, 2017|Celebs, Culture, entertainment, interview, Music, Oregon, Portland, Tony Ozier|

The post Portland’s Tony Ozier On Staying Woke And Blazing Trails appeared first on High Times. “With social protests, lean pockets, and a divided nation back at the fore, socially conscious music has returned in everything from hip-hop to EDM,” wrote NAACP award recipient, scholar L. Michael Gipson in a review of Portland artist Tony [...]

Giant Plants of Southern Oregon

By | May 17th, 2017|Grow, Oregon|

Oregon medical marijuana growers are allowed up to six plants per patient, and many patients grow for themselves. So if you’re an experienced and ambitious grower, but you’re only allowed half a dozen plants, what do you do? You grow them really, really big. Under the Radar The Pacific Northwest grows some of the world’s [...]