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(Left) PeaceBud explains how the political changes in America's past along with the industrial revolution has led us into a historical era of post-industrial Oil Wars; and (Right) The Flower contrasts a utopian society that freely farms and consumes a pleasure-giving flower with a society where the same flower is illegal and its consumption is prohibited.
People are stockpiling natural remedies just as they stockpile rice and toilet paper.
(SALEM, Ore.) -The industry was already experiencing a boon in states throughout the country before the stay at home edicts, but now with 24/7 internet access and little else to do, new brands and increased product lines are rising to meet the retail challenge.
The growth is no doubt the result of the pandemic hitting as increased de-stigmatization of CBD use and the legalization of medicinal hemp becomes the norm.
(LEFT) US Government data demonstrates the failure of cannabis prohibition, ScienceInDrugPolicy; (RIGHT) "Hemp For Victory" was
shot by the USDA, who denied its existence, until Jack Herer proved it.
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Skin Issues That CBD Can Help With
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(SALEM, Ore.) -With 11 states making it legal to buy and consume recreational marijuana, plus the 33 states and D.C. that have approved medical marijuana, well over half our nation is using varieties of the age-old herb without issue.
In response, marketing for everything CBD is in high demand. There are even topicals to help with common skin disorders.
OLCC Will Temporarily Accept Expired State of Oregon Issued ID
This temporary exception only applies to driver licenses and ID cards issued by the State of Oregon.
(PORTLAND, Ore.) -The OLCC will allow alcohol and marijuana licensees to accept expired Oregon driver licenses or ID cards that expired, on or after March 8, 2020, as an acceptable form of identification.
This decision aligns with the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles and law enforcement position, as DMV offices are closed because of the COVID-19 public health crisis preventing individuals from renewing their driver’s license or ID cards.