According to a recent survey, almost half of northeast Oregon teens have tried marijuana and a quarter use it regularly.
Statewide, that's normal. And in southern Oregon, more than half of teens told the survey they'd tried marijuana...
I had the opportunity to tour Life Gardens, a legal marijuana farm, the other day. I wasn't sure what to expect. I knew I was about to see an amazing plant, but what I saw makes me happy that I voted for it to be legal. It should have never been illegal.
Girl Scout cookie season is upon us. I buy at least 10 boxes of the purple-box ones. I never remember their names, so I hope that they don't change the color of the box. The girls are out in full force going door-to-door, business to business, getting the cookies out there.
So why not set up shop outside of a business that you know will get you a cookie-sale merit badge with the Girl Scouts?
During the debate over legalization how many times did you hear, "This is no different than my dad wanting a glass of fine wine to sip at the end of a stressful day." Well, one difference was the amount your dad paid for that wine. One marijuana retailer wants to change that.
It's perfectly legal for an adult with a valid ID to buy small amounts of marijuana to consumer responsibly in Washington and Oregon. But the legal, licensed businesses who sell to that adult may not advertise in a newspaper, the U.S. Postmaster General says.
Four Pendleton City Councilors joined their co-horts in unanimously approving an ordinance that would let a public vote decide if marijuana can be sold in city limits. But they did it in style... or at least with a fashion statement.
Now that pot is legal in Washington and Colorado, officials are cautioning parents not to let their children have "home-made" candy, and to watch out for what are called "cannabis sweets."