When Ammon Bundy was arrested in January 2016 for leading the armed takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Oregon, he called Eugene attorney Mike Arnold for help.
Small town residents like and need marijuana, too, said Randy and Gayle Simpson, owners of Green Cross Dispensary, a medical dispensary that opened in early May.
Legal cannabis will yield more than $200 million yearly for schools, public health and policing.
Two people from the Portland area founded a new a delivery service, and it’s not food-based.
It’s a category that used to begin and end with the bone-dry pot brownie, served in a college dorm room. Laurie Wolf is a leader in its gourmet revolution.
When Christine Smith quit her decades-long career as an architect to make marijuana edibles, she didn’t know much about chocolate. But she’d seen the competition, made with cheap chocolate and reeking of weed, and she knew she could do better.
Two Oregon lawmakers plan to introduce an ambitious marijuana law reform package in Congress Thursday, proposing a raft changes that could wipe away thousands of pot-related criminal convictions and make life much easier for everyone involved in the legal weed business.
While the future of recreational marijuana is in doubt nationally, hundreds of people are flocking to the Benton County Fairgrounds this weekend to celebrate medical and recreational marijuana use locally.
When Eliav Cohen looks at his stash, he sees beyond the buds, leaves and stems. In his mind’s eye, cannabis is a lush emerald valley, a crimson pistil inferno and a trichome diamond field.
An Oregon company wants to build a cannabis-friendly RV park. A company that supplies warehouse space for marijuana growers is eyeing property near Lake Selmac in Josephine County.