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Union Advocates for Labor Peace in Oregon Cannabis Industry

Union Advocates for Labor Peace in Oregon Cannabis Industry

By Mary Marty / July 9, 2024 /

Ballot Initiative Submitted to Mandate Labor Peace Agreements in Oregon Cannabis Industry Salem, OR — In a significant move towards enhancing worker protections in the burgeoning cannabis industry, the United…

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Homebound Patients Sue Over Discriminatory Oregon Psilocybin Law

By Phil Greenwood / June 26, 2024 /

PORTLAND, OR – A newly filed federal lawsuit against Oregon officials argues that the state’s pioneering psilocybin law discriminates against disabled individuals who cannot travel to designated service centers where…

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Oregon’s Drug Decriminalization Dilemma: A Rollercoaster of Legislative Reversals

By Bayley Greenleaf / March 15, 2024 /

Introduction Oregon’s Decriminalization Debate In a surprising turn of events, Oregon lawmakers have taken a step back on their journey towards drug decriminalization. What was once hailed as a progressive…

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Navigating the Ebb and Flow of Oregon’s Cannabis Market: Insights from 2023

By Lisa Fairbanks / March 13, 2024 /

Oregon’s Cannabis Market: A Tale of Resilience Amidst Challenges In the ever-evolving landscape of the cannabis industry, Oregon’s market has been a focal point for many. The state, known for…

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cannabis packaging and labeling

State Rules for Cannabis Packaging and Labeling

By Lisa Fairbanks / July 12, 2024 /

Cannabis packaging has become a critical aspect of the cannabis industry, especially as legal markets continue to expand. Ensuring that packaging meets state regulatory requirements for labeling is not only…

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Cannabis Cultivation: 7 Major Risks to Your Business

Cannabis Cultivation: 7 Major Risks to Your Business

By Gene Mcklnley / July 11, 2024 /

Cannabis cultivation is a booming industry with tremendous potential for profit. However, like any agricultural venture, it comes with its own set of challenges. Understanding and mitigating cannabis cultivation risks…

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Washington's Capital Considers Psychedelics Decriminalization

Washington’s Capital Considers Psychedelics Decriminalization

By Mary Marty / July 8, 2024 /

Olympia, Washington Considers Making Psychedelic Enforcement a Low Priority Olympia, WA – July 2024 – The city of Olympia is evaluating a resolution that would direct law enforcement to deprioritize…

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California's Cannabis Sales Slump Bypasses Certain Areas

California’s Cannabis Sales Slump Bypasses Certain Areas

By Mary Marty / July 3, 2024 /

While Overall Cannabis Sales Have Been Falling in California, Some Areas are Breaking the Trend by Growing Transaction Dollars While overall cannabis sales have been declining in California since early…

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RAND Corporation Calls for Federal Role in Shaping Psychedelics Policy

By Phil Greenwood / June 27, 2024 /

The RAND Corporation has released a report advocating for federal policymakers to take decisive action on psychedelics regulation amidst evolving state and local reforms. Urgency for Federal Decision-Making RAND’s 161-page…

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Historic Move: Maryland to Pardon 2.5 Million Cannabis Convictions

By Becci Marti / June 24, 2024 /

Major Step in Criminal Justice Reform Maryland has made a significant move in criminal justice reform by announcing mass pardons for individuals convicted of marijuana-related offenses. Governor Wes Moore’s new…

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