The Whole Pot Industry Could Be Doomed If Recreational Marijuana Can’t Succeed In Oregon

By comparison, most of the country tends to be around $300 per ounce or higher. With lower starting costs and an established core of some 200 medical marijuana shops, Oregon’s retailers have a genuine shot at being competitive with the black market. Source: Social Security Administration. Additionally, the licensing process... more →
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Legalized Medical Marijuana Is The Fastest Growing Industry Today In The US

The ArcView Group, a cannabis industry investment and research firm based in Oakland, California, surveyed hundreds of medical and recreational marijuana retailers in states where sales are legal, as well as ancillary business operators and independent cultivators of the plant, over the course of seven months during 2013 and 2014.... more →
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Oregon Can Be US Pot Capital Because Of Out-of-State Dollars

Loose regulations when it comes to out-of-state money investing in marijuana is primed to make Oregon the pot capital of the country. “Oregon is going to lead the nation,” said cannabis grower William Simpson. Simpson owns Chalice Farms, his grow site is in a quiet part of West Linn. He also owns dispensaries in Southeast... more →
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Oregon Legislators Suggest Implementing Medical Marijuana Tax

The proposed Oregon sales tax was one of the major provisions included in a new 104-page amendment aimed at implementing the marijuana legalization initiative approved last November by voters. Sen. Ted Ferrioli, R-John Day, has pushed to start temporary sales on July 1 after expressing frustration that the Oregon Liquor Control... more →
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Bill Regulating Medical Marijuana Growers In Oregon Got 29-1 Vote

The state now produces an estimated $1 billion a year of “largely black market medical marijuana that ends up all over the country,” said Sen. Ginny Burdick, D-Portland, calling it a “problem which is far worse than I ever dreamed.” Burdick, also the chair of a House-Senate committee on implementing the marijuana... more →
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Next Generation Management Reports Significant Progress In Its Oregon Medical Marijuana Business

NextGen Holdings, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Next Generation Management Corporation (NGMC), today announced significant progress in its three areas of concentration in the medical marijuana sector in Oregon. NGMC previously announced a partnership with Merry Jan’s Edibles, LLC, to market marijuana infused edibles. ... more →
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Next Generation Management Adds Medical Marijuana Cultivation Facility To Its Growing Oregon Operation

Nextgen Holdings, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Next Generation Management Corporation (NGMC), is pleased to announce that it has secured  a coveted medical marijuana cultivation facility near Portland, Oregon.  Identifying and securing cultivation facilities is very competitive due to the existing moratoriums in many counties... more →
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Oregon Liquor Control Commission Asking For Pot Start-Up

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission, the agency charged with implementing the new law, asked for $583,000 to cover four staff salaries and professional services and travel for the next six months. The funding is intended to pay for staff and services until the beginning of July, the start of the next fiscal year. Rep. Peter Buckley,... more →
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