State posts latest medical marijuana card data

The number of Oregonians with medical marijuana cards continues to grow, according to the latest quarterly report from the state.

As of Oct. 1, Oregon had 36,673 cardholders and 4,526 of them lived in Jackson County.

In the previous 12 months, the state received 23,693 new applications and 13,601 renewal applications. Only 1,305 applications were denied in that period. As of Oct. 1, 5,037 applications were still pending.

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