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Oregon’s new medical marijuana law allows pot retail stores

PORTLAND — Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber on Wednesday signed a bill that legalizes medical marijuana retail stores, which could include pharmacies.


Courtesy LA Times

The law creates a registry of businesses that can sell medical pot. The Oregon Health Authority will oversee the program.

Oregon’s previous law stated that patients would have to grow their own marijuana or some someone do it for them.


4 Comments to “Oregon’s new medical marijuana law allows pot retail stores”

    John Fuller said:
    August 14, 2013 at 10:31 PM

    Does this mean that Wal-Mart will someday become the top selling marijuana retailer in the free world?

    Joshua Rodriguez said:
    January 13, 2014 at 11:26 AM

    It's about time. Patients have been legally allowed to use medical marijuana since 1998 in Oregon, yet there has been no real safe and legal way to get your hands on the medication. I'd have to say this is long overdue.

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