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Salem-News.com (Nov-07-2017 14:15)

500 Undocumented Portland Pot Plants in Custody

Mature marijuana plants were confiscated weighing 2,998.2 pounds (stalks and all).

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - medical marijuana grow Officers contacted several individuals who provided documentation about the marijuana. According to the documents, the marijuana was being grown for five patients under the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program.

The individuals claimed they were in the process of obtaining their "Recreational License" through the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC), but no license had been granted.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-30-2017 14:30)

OMMP Postpones Change Fee and Grow Site Fee until New Year`s Day

HB 2198 made growers suddenly out of compliance and must now register properly.

(SALEM, Ore.) - OMMP bulletin The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) has adopted a temporary rule that will waive the replacement card fee and the $200 grow site fee until January 1, 2018.

The fee waiver will only apply to a patient who was growing for themselves or a caregiver growing for a patient that is affected by the 2017 legislative session.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-13-2017 23:58)

Saying Goodbye to Cannabis Warrior Nurse Ed Glick

She wasn't afraid to jump into the chaos and do challenging work if it meant a good outcome for patients

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Julie Effie Glick R.I.P. Julia Effie Glick. One of my dearest friends and comrades passed yesterday after suffering from kidney disease.

Many in the cannabis community knew her as Nurse Ed Glick who was a tireless proponent for the rights and ethical treatment of seriously-ill patients who use cannabis. She was intolerant of a system that lacked compassion and decency and she picked her battles wisely.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-09-2017 13:30)

JUNE: Search Warrants Revealed 45,274 Cannabis Plants and 186 Pounds of Pot

This Northern California pot bust took place in June 2017.

(LAKE COUNTY, Calif.) - pot bust Lake County, CA. For the record: 2 search warrants on the morning of Monday, June 12th, 2017, resulting in the seizure of 45,274 marijuana plants, 186 pounds of processed marijuana and 6 arrests.

The service of 2 search warrants by the Sheriff’s Narcotics Unit with assistance from the County of Mendocino Marijuana Eradication team (COMMET) and the California National Guard Drug Task Force has resulted in the seizure of 2 firearms, 45,274 marijuana plants, approximately 186 pounds of processed marijuana, and 6 arrests.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-05-2017 19:26)

Oregon Medical Marijuana Changes to Patients` Plant Limits in Effect

Changes void some medical grow sites that were previously grandfathered in.

(SALEM, Ore.) - cannabis marijuana Oregon Governor Brown signed House Bill (HB) 2198 into law on August 2, 2017, which made some changes to plant limits at medical marijuana grow sites. These changes are currently in effect and apply to all grow sites, even some previously grandfathered grow sites.

The most significant changes have occurred in category 1, when the grow site is located at a patient's residence.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-26-2017 15:58)

Oregon Expects Large Revenues in Marijuana Industry Over the Next Two Years

Marijuana (cannabis) is more "mainstream" every day, which means big bucks for business.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Portland Oregon It seems as though the marijuana industry may act as somewhat of a windfall for the state of Oregon over the next couple of years.

With state taxes set at 17% of retail sale price, and the option for counties and cities to add a local tax of up to 3%, the revenue from taxes is expected to reach around $142 million over the next two years.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-18-2017 20:20)

2017 Portland Hempstalk Festival is Officially Cancelled

Hempstalk is a casualty of a hostile corporate takeover

(SALEM, Ore.) - Real One Why? This is a successful festival that causes no harm and has proven to be well-organized and an economic benefit to Portland. Everyone wants to know what happened.

Mystery solved. The major sponsor who has backed the festival for ten years is unable to continue, a consequence of the hostile corporate takeover of Paul Stanford. They cannot afford to produce the annual event without new funding.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-18-2017 13:45)

What is Jury Nullification?

Before legalization of recreational cannabis, west coast defense attorneys saw a lot of jury nullification.

(SAN DIEGO, Calif.) - jury nullification Jury nullification is a concept where a jury on criminal case can hear the entire case, and then find the defendant not guilty because they do not agree with the law or punishment.

If you have ever been to jury duty you will hear often the court saying that as a juror it is your job to “follow the law”, however, the case law in this area says that jury nullification is actually following the law.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-12-2017 01:27)

Washington Pot Shop Employee Kidnapped after Shooting

Police are searching for the suspect, and the car, and the employee.

(CHENEY, Washington) - pot shop kidnappers According to police, a man walked into the Lucid Cannabis Company and attempted to make a purchase but he had no ID, so he was denied.

The man (the suspect) then approached a store employee that was sitting in their car, and he pulled out a gun, and a shot was fired into the car.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-30-2017 20:35)

Oregon Medical Marijuana Growers Must Make a Final Choice

Will they or won’t they stay registered with OMMP? The deadline looms.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon cannabis As you recall, Oregon voters approved Ballot Measure 91 in November 2014, which allowed the production, sale, and possession of recreational marijuana by adults over 21 years of age.

It didn't take long for the celebrating to die down as voters discovered that things were not as they seemed. Oregonians had been assured that there would be absolutely no changes to our very successful medical marijuana program when/if the recreational law was passed.

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