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New Oregon Law Removes Residency Requirement for Owners of PPRs

Gov. Kate Brown has signed two bills that make key changes to Oregon’s recreational marijuana program, including one that removes a 2-year residency requirement for marijuana licensees and another that aims to draw small medical growers into the regulated system.

Brown signed Senate Bill 1598 and House Bill 4014. Senate Bill 1511, which allows dispensaries to sell marijuana-infused edibles and concentrates earlier than planned, and House Bill 4094, which allow banks and credit unions to deal with legal pot businesses without facing criminal liability, are awaiting her signature. [Read more at the Portland Oregonian]

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