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Oregon Plans New Cannabis Harvest Regulations to Combat Illicit Market

By | July 16th, 2018|black market, featured, News, Oregon|

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is gearing up to roll out new regulations for the state’s licensed cannabis growers. The regulations aim to give the state more control and oversight over cannabis harvests. But growers are already pushing back. They say the new rules could interfere with the delicate and often unpredictable timing of harvesting [...]

The 10 Best Marijuana Dispensaries in Portland, Oregon

By | July 11th, 2018|dispensaries, featured, Oregon, Portland|

Perhaps due to the sheer timing of cannabis legalization passing at the same time Portland, Oregon’s cultural reputation was drawing in peak numbers of ex-pat creatives seeking a hip, left-of-center and locally-sourced home, the recreational cannabis scene has rapidly developed into a sophisticated industry. The level of thought put into designing stylish shops and the [...]

How Cheap Can Legal Marijuana Get?

By | July 5th, 2018|Business, featured, legalization, Oregon|

When legal recreational marijuana sales began in the Pacific Northwest in 2014, prices were as high as $30 per gram for flower. “My hope is on my home state of Oregon to ramp up production and bottom-out prices,” I wrote for High Times. “I want to see a $50 legal ounce before 2020, dammit!” That [...]

Oregon Officials Say State is Overgrown with Recreational Weed

By | May 29th, 2018|featured, News, Oregon, Regulation|

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission, the state agency charged with regulating Oregon’s two-year-old legal cannabis market, has reported that growers in the state are producing far more recreational weed than is being consumed at the retail level. According to OLCC data, licensed cannabis cultivators produced more than one million pounds of dry cannabis flower in 2017. [...]

This City Uses Taxes From Marijuana Sales For Safe Driving Program

By | April 9th, 2018|Driving, News, Oregon, Police, Portland, public safety, safety|

Officials in Portland, Oregon have announced that this city uses taxes from marijuana sales for safe driving program they recently launched.  The new safety education campaign, known as Struck, aims to make Portland’s streets safer by getting drivers to slow down. It is part of a larger effort to reduce traffic fatalities and serious injuries in [...]

Flav, Formerly Known As FlavRx, is Dropping Some Exciting News

By | March 6th, 2018|Arizona, California, FlavRx, Michigan, Nevada, News, Oregon, Sponsored, Washington|

FlavRx is dropping some exciting news, but it’s also dropping something else. The ‘Rx’. That’s right: this innovative cannabis company has officially rebranded itself as Flav. Flav For All Flav Now that more states are hopping on the legalization train, Flav wants their clients to know that their extensive line of products isn’t exclusively for medical [...]

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 [...]