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Medford Business Can Reopen, Can't Sell Pot

By Jim McCoy Wed 26th March NewsmarijuanaMary Jane's Attic
Provided that they don't dispense medical marijuana, Mary Jane's Attic and Mary Jane's Basement may re-open, according to Medford Circuit Court Judge Timothy Gerking. The two businesses that operate in one location had their business license recently revoked, prompting a closure. Owners Richard and Marlene Nuckols have applied with the Oregon Health Authority to dispense medical marijuana.Read More »

Oregon Voters Could Face Multiple Marijuana Legalization Options

By Jim McCoy Wed 12th March Newsballot measuresmarijuana
Paul Stanford, one of the nation's leading marijuana legalization advocates, doesn't only want Oregonians to have the right to smoke pot. He wants it written into the state constitution. Stanford's proposed constitutional amendment is one of several pot questions that may go to Oregon voters in November.Read More »

Oregon Lawmakers Ready To Write Their Own Pot Legalization Measure

By Jim McCoy Thu 12th September NewsmarijuanaOregon legislature
With momentum growing behind the idea of legal marijuana, leaders in the Oregon House are saying the Legislature should write the bill itself. Even opponents of legalization say that's a better course than risking voter approval next year of a poorly written measure. Two years ago, Oregon voters rejected a measure written by pot activist Paul Stanford - the same year voters in ColorRead More »

Legislator Pushing For Marijuana Measure

A House committee chairman says the Oregon Legislature should write its own ballot measure to legalize marijuana. Democratic Rep. Phil Barnhart of Eugene tells The Oregonian that if the Legislature doesn't submit a measure to voters, someone else will.Read More »

Pot Laws Give Rise To Pot Testing

By Jim McCoy Thu 18th July Newsdrug testingmarijuana
Marijuana testing used to mean checking to see if someone had been smoking it. But with Oregon, Washington and Colorado all making pot more widely available to the public, laboratory testing for safety, purity, potency and active ingredients is adding to the legitimacy of the drug.Read More »

Traffic Stop On Interstate 5 Leads To Discovery of 11 Pounds of Marijuana

The Oregon State Police turned up 11 pounds of marijuana during traffic stop Friday at 7:40 a.m. on Interstate 5 near Cottage Grove. A trooper stopped a vehicle driven by 32-year old Robert Pearson Jr. of Federal Way, Washington for speeding. A search of his Nissan Altima turned up 11 pounds of pot. The value of the drug seized is estimated at $25-thousand.Read More »

Congressman Says Oregon Will One Day "OK" Marijuana

By Jim McCoy Mon 28th January NewsmarijuanaRep. Earl Blumenauer
Congressman Earl Blumenauer says he expects Oregon voters will legalize marijuana within the next decade. He told a town hall meeting Sunday in Portland that legalization is gaining momentum after the approval by voters in November in Colorado and Washington. KATU reports Blumenauer wants Congress to clear up the government's response to states and not interfere with local voters who approRead More »

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