Oregon is still building its system, and in the interim, is considering allowing recreational sales at MMJ Outlets. Here’s more:
An Oregon legislative committee has unanimously approved a bill that would allow medical marijuana dispensaries to sell recreational cannabis as part of a temporary marketplace while state regulators work toward a more permanent solution. Supporters of this move argue that consumers should be granted a legal method of obtaining the drug once it becomes legal, otherwise the state may witness a dramatic spike in black market marijuana sales. The law in question, Senate Bill 460, would limit early buyers to one-quarter ounce of dried buds per day. Seeds and clones would also be available for consumers who wish to make the jump to homegrown cannabis.
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