An Oregon adult-use marijuana producer must surrender its license after state regulators found it committed three violations
Oregon lawmakers set aside $25 million to crack down on illegal marijuana grows, which have become a major issue in the state.
In a rare move for the marijuana industry, the city of Portland, Oregon, is financially assisting cannabis businesses negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and other problems.
Concerns over expanding illicit cannabis operations in Oklahoma are putting pressure on regulators and law enforcement to take action to stamp out the alleged criminal activity some argue is hiding behind the state’s booming legal medical marijuana industry.
The Oregon marijuana industry was victorious in the state’s 2021 legislative session with the passage and signing of Senate Bill 408.
The omnibus bill rightsizes regulatory enforcement and eliminates red tape across an array of cannabis industry issues.
Marijuana multistate operator Curaleaf continues to be hit with federal lawsuits in Oregon from customers claiming they required medical attention after taking CBD drops that actually contained THC.
Oregon state police last week confiscated roughly 500,000 pounds of unlicensed cannabis with an estimated value of $500 million that had been stored in five separate warehouses.