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Some growers hope to market to consumers across California through a legally defined and protected geographical identification system similar to what’s used in the wine industry.

Salem, Ore. — Nine living marijuana plants will be displayed at the Oregon State Fair in a first of its kind event for the United States starting next Friday.

Researchers from the Future Laboratory predict it will, and sooner than you think.

The scientific basis for cannabis’s pain relieving properties make it a no-brainer for being the perfect complement to massage.

Musician Brendan Hill has been using marijuana for decades, and he claims that it has helped him succeed in his chosen career.

SALEM — From seed providers to a company offering mechanized bud trimmers, those involved in the once-illicit marijuana industry in the Pacific Northwest got ready on Friday for the first-ever Oregon Cannabis Growers’ Fair.

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Tuesday August 20

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Tuesday August 20

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