PORTLAND, Ore. — Recreational use of marijuana is now legal in Oregon for those who are 21 and older, thanks to voter passage of Measure 91 last fall.
It is legal to grow four plants and have up to eight ounces of pot at home. You can possess up to an ounce away from home.
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WILSONVILLE, Ore – The Wilsonville City Council Tuesday voted to approve a resolution clarifying their stance on marijuana-related businesses. The one-year moratorium was set to expire on May 1st, but will now be extended.
Wilsonville City Assistant Attorney Barbara Jacobson says they wanted to wait until the Oregon Legislative Assembly drafted rules before taking any action. She says once they come …
Baker City, Oregon – The city council in Baker City had an hour long discussion on marijuana retailers at last night’s meeting. But Police Chief Wyn Lohner says they did not take a vote on his proposal to ban pot shops.
He says the city attorney expressed concerns about the city’s right to impose a ban. The discussion shifted to adding …
Posted by Steve Leader on January 21, 2015
SUNRIVER, Ore. — Police at the Central Oregon resort say a woman overdosed on marijuana that was laced into raspberry-flavored gummies.
Officers were called early Monday to the River Lodges where they found the 37-year old slumped over the bathroom floor. She was having trouble breathing and completely numb from the shoulders down.
Police say the amount of the candy’s THC, the active ingredient …
Posted by Steve Leader on December 4, 2014
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Oregon State University is famous for, among other things, helping gardeners. But if you ask them for help growing marijuana, you’re probably not going to get it.
The Register Guard reports the school has sent out a reminder to community volunteers to keep quiet about growing marijuana.
Even thought it will be legal under Oregon law to grow up to …