Oregon Cannabis Legislative Update: One Month to Go

By | Canna Law Blog™ | June 8, 2017
UnknownIn January, we put together a summary of 30 or so draft bills up for consideration in the 2017 Oregon legislative session. As predicted, many of these bills have fallen by the wayside; others have been revised or consolidated. As of today, Oregon has enacted three new laws related to marijuana, with three more bills pending. View Full Post
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BREAKING NEWS: Oregon Sticks It to the Medical Marijuana Program (Again)

By | Canna Law Blog™ | May 25, 2017
Bye Bye      “GOODBYE TO ALL THAT” On Tuesday, Enrolled Senate Bill 1057 was signed by the President of the Oregon Senate and the Speaker of its House. The bill now sits on Governor Kate Brown’s desk, where it awaits signature. Anyone who has followed the Oregon cannabis story for the past few years knows Governor Kate Brown has never not signed a cannabis bill that made it to her desk — and, to be very clear, even if an Oregon bill goes unsigned and unvetoed for 30 days, it still becomes law. View Full Post
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Cannabis Business Litigation: Five Tips for Working with a Lawyer

By | Canna Law Blog™ | May 10, 2017
Cannabis LitigationA couple of years ago, I wrote on this blog that we are never not litigating cannabis disputes. As a direct result, we have written dozens of articles on the subject. This year and next, as the adult use market expands into key states like California, the sheer number of cannabis businesses coming online will result in a further expansion of contested matters. View Full Post
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BREAKING NEWS: Congress Will Continue Protecting State Medical Marijuana Programs

By | Canna Law Blog™ | May 1, 2017
Marijuana lawIf you hadn’t noticed, the federal government was set to shut down on Friday due to lack of funding. Thankfully, our House and Senate representatives reached a tentative deal yesterday morning to avoid that. Better still, the budget deal extends the Rohrbacher-Farr Amendment provisions, which prohibit the U.S. View Full Post
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