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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 (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-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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Salem-News.com (Apr-25-2017 19:20)

Henry Rollins Key-Note Speaker at Oregon Marijuana Business Conference in Eugene

Learn about cannabis trends and changing regulations, including cannabis testing, tech and branding, taxes and more.

(SALEM, Ore.) - cannabis The Oregon Marijuana Business Conference (OMBC) on April 28th is shaping up to be a great conference that will give you the latest information you need about cannabis laws and regulations in the Beaver State.

In addition to the conference agenda, the parties on Thursday (April 27th) and Friday night, are going to be OFF THE HOOK...

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Salem-News.com (Apr-20-2017 04:20)

T-Rex 2 Makes Solvent-less Cannabis Oil with the Push of a Button

Tarik+Rosin is set to revolutionize the rosin industry.

(SALEM, Ore.) - tarik+rosin More people every day are discovering the delights of cannabis in many types, shapes, tastes and consistencies. Cannabis products also vary in strength, and it is integral to their success that consumers know what they are buying.

The “bud” is the most vaunted of all parts of the cannabis plant. The bud (aka “flower” or “herb”) is where the THC content is found, and therefore the most valuable and most sought after. The second favorite? OIL produced from the buds.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-24-2017 19:28)

THC Fair at Oregon State Fairgrounds April 1-2 Weekend

The Hemp & Cannabis Fair Returns Featuring Local Businesses and Education

(SALEM, Ore.) - Singing Bird The Hemp & Cannabis Fair – or “THC Fair” as it has affectionately become known – returns to Salem bigger and better than ever April 1-2, 2017.

Showcasing 100 vendor booths and a lecture stage with sessions all weekend, THC Fair is bringing together local dispensaries, smoke shops, horticulture and hemp-based products to make this a one-stop destination for anyone curious about hemp or cannabis.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-15-2017 21:15)

Proposed Permanent Rules for the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program

Changes to OMMP are coming again. Review and comment.

(SALEM, Ore.) - oregon capitol The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division is proposing to permanently adopt and amend rules in chapter 333, divisions 7 and 64 related to marijuana labeling, and marijuana laboratory sampling and testing; and permanently adopt, amend and repeal rules in chapter 333, division 8 pertaining to medical marijuana growers, processors, dispensaries and patient cards.

In order to protect public health and safety, these rules propose to adopt additional requirements for ordered tests, amend certain standards for the sampling and testing of marijuana items.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-10-2017 18:15)

Hundreds of Thousands of Private Medical Records at Stake in Oregon Courts

The privacy risk to 250,000 patients is very real.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Paul Stanford Over 250,000 private medical records, submitted by patients seeking medical cannabis recommendations in Oregon, Washington, California, Michigan and Hawaii have been forcibly removed by a for-profit Canadian company through a hostile takeover of the Empower Clinics, formerly known as the THCF Clinics.

THCF Clinics were founded by longtime cannabis and industrial hemp activist Paul Stanford in 2001. Through an incomplete deal with Canadian venture capitalists affiliated with the oil and mining industries, Stanford’s businesses have been forcibly taken over.

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