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Salem-News.com (May-23-2017 00:33)

Critical Information to Choose the Best Headset

How to tell good headset from bad headset – a guide for upgrading your office gear

(SALEM, Ore.) - Jabra EVOLVE 75 UC Stereo Bluetooth USB Headset There are many jobs when you just hand in your work at the end of the day and go home. No questions asked, no additional contact required. However, there are a lot more jobs where you constantly must be in contact with your business relations and make new relations in the process.

Having a good headset is critical to undergoing business fast and efficient as a poor headset can really hurt negotiations. But not everyone in business is also tech savvy. So, too often, they buy bad headsets.

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Salem-News.com (May-17-2017 23:47)

The Advantages of a Second Passport for High-Net-Worth Individuals

A second passport simplifies travel.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Portland International Airport As a wealthy individual you may have a clear idea of the value of your assets, but do you know the value of your passport? A passport’s value is determined by the number of countries it allows you easy access to.

If you are a seasoned traveler and a wealthy individual, you may understand the hassle of applying for visas and permits.

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Salem-News.com (May-17-2017 17:30)

Reduce Oregon Wildfire Threats with Simple Ideas

Wildfire Awareness Month reminds us to prevent fires with planning.

(SALEM, Ore.) - burn barrel May is Wildfire Awareness Month and the ideal time to reduce the excess vegetation around your home that could pose a wildfire threat.

As you begin spring clean-up, Keep Oregon Green, the Oregon Department of Forestry and the Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal urge you to consider chipping or recycling your yard debris.

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Salem-News.com (May-17-2017 00:38)

Medical Cannabis Growers Win Big in Jackson County

Cannabis farmers will be allowed to once again grow in rural residential Jackson County.

(JACKSON COUNTY, Ore.) - Right to Grow, U.S.A. Tuesday, the Jackson County Hearings Officer Panel issued a decision which approved a “non-conforming use application” to grow medical marijuana on RR-5 lands. This is considered a huge win for medical growers.

If you were growing on RR-5 land prior to March of 2016, your non-conforming use application now has a good chance of finding approval. Any grow that started after that date will be under the new rules: 6 medical (OMMP) and 4 rec plants (21+).

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Salem-News.com (May-12-2017 11:24)

Oregon Reminds Cannabis Growers of Compliance Updates

There are many details to stay on top of in the cannabis industry...especially in Oregon.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Salem-News.com There are several current rules and upcoming compliance inspections that OMMP registrants need to be aware of.

Patients who designate a grower must provide the address of the grow site. The address being provided must include a street number and name. The OMMP will no longer accept other property identifiers such as P.O. Boxes, tax lot numbers, map numbers, longitude and latitude, townships or GPS coordinates as a grow site address.

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Salem-News.com (May-10-2017 23:00)

America`s Retirement and Health Issues in Sharp Focus

Over 60% of retired people rely on Social Security for at least half their monthly income

(SALEM, Ore.) - Paycheck-to-paycheck Retirement in the USA has become a serious issue. It is clear that many Americans have failed to grasp the potential problems of retirement.

Too few have significant savings and the recent study suggests that 30% will take benefits from Social Security at their earliest opportunity, 62 years of age when the equivalent number a decade ago was 50%.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-30-2017 23:30)

OREGON: As of May 1 Worker Permits Needed to Continue Working in Cannabis Industry

Licensees Required to Enter Permit Employee Information into Metrc to be Compliant

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - cannabis dispensary All licensees are required to have current employees entered into the Metrc Cannabis Tracking System with valid OLCC Marijuana Worker permits before Monday May 1, 2017.

It is the licensee’s responsibility to ensure all its current employees who are required to, have a valid worker permit and that the worker permit information is entered into CTS.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-30-2017 22:47)

Oregon Passes Cannabis Consumer Privacy Bill to Protect Shop Customers

The new bill puts Oregon very much on par with other states that support marijuana legalization in the USA.

(SALEM, Ore.) - oregon capitol Lawmakers in a number of states are currently concerned about the increasing risks of marijuana enforcement by federal agents.

The current Trump administration, as well as Jeff Sessions who is currently leading the Justice Department, are showing signs of uncertainty when it comes to their attitude towards weed, causing the concern among legalized states’ lawmakers in the first place, and increasing the contradictions between the law at the federal and state level.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-30-2017 22:34)

Trump`s Proposed Tax Plan in a Nutshell

The Trump plan eliminates the $4,000 exemption for each person in a household.

(SAN FRANCISCO) - The Economic Divide On the eve of the election, Trump promised to "massively cut taxes for the middle class, the forgotten people, the forgotten men and women of this country, who built our country."

During a town hall meeting on NBC's Today show, he was asked if he believed in raising taxes on the wealthy. Trump replied, "I do, I do --including myself. I do."

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Salem-News.com (Apr-29-2017 00:26)

OLCC Approves Medical Bump-Up Canopy for Marijuana Producers

Establishes Sharing Framework between Producers and Patients

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - cannabis The Oregon Liquor Control Commission today approved rules allowing growers licensed in Oregon’s Recreational Marijuana Program to grow marijuana specifically for Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) cardholders.

Under this “medical bump-up” arrangement recreational producers will be allowed to grow additional canopy above what is allowed in their OLCC license.

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