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Oregon Legislature Clears The Way For Recreational Cannabis Users.

Portland, Ore., Sept. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Thanks to the Oregon Legislature headed by its recently installed Governor Kate Brown, starting October 1, 2015, cannabis dispensaries will begin selling cannabis products, including select grade flower, into the Oregon adult recreational-use market.

"Like most people in our State, Chalice Farms, LLC supports the Oregon Legislature's decision to allow licensed medical dispensaries to serve adult recreational clients before OLCC licensing begins," said Chalice Farms Founder and President, William E. Simpson III.

On July 28th, Gov. Kate Brown signed Senate Bill 460 into law and as of October 1, 2015 recreational-users who are 21-yrs. and older can purchase as much as a quarter-ounce of marijuana flower per day at local Oregon dispensaries.

In a recent New York Timesarticle, Simpson said that, "Oregon is lucky in its position and timing, to be able to see...

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