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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 [...]

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Faster is better, Montana marijuana advocates say

Montana’s highways already have a pedal-to-the-metal reputation and now a high-speed marijuana recommendation is getting attention online. While the Mail Tribune and Jefferson Public Radio project on marijuana iniatives focuses on Oregon and California, the drug is an issue across the nation. In Montana, where a medical mariijuana law was approved in 2004, a health [...]

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Let’s talk marijuana

Suddenly, marijuana’s everywhere. That’s everywhere in the news, at the moment. But if fans in Oregon and California have their way this fall, we’ll be seeing a lot more of the drug outside news columns as well. Come Nov. 2, Oregon voters will decide whether to establish state-run dispensaries for medical marijuana. The same day, [...]

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