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Save Our Patients Short Film Still Needs Your Help! (preview video)  

 

03/01/2017

 

 

By William Stash Jones

Oregon Cannabis Connection

 

Compassionate Oregon is in the final editing of a film to advocate for patients rights in Oregon called Save Our Patients (see clip below). The film shows the importance of medical marijuana and why we must preserve our medical marijuana system.

 

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The short film will provide a unique and convincing message for legislators, rule-makers, and local leaders to help them understand the significance of our medical system,......

 

click link to Watch a preview of the film

 

 

http://www.occnewspaper.com/save-our-patients-short-film-still-needs-your-help-preview-video/


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No OMMP 2 OLCC: Call To Action (with Video)  

 

 

 

From Compassionate Oregon

 

For Immediate Release:

March 16, 2017 –

 

Oregon Medical Marijuana Patients Face Daunting Changes Under New Legislation

Newly proposed legislation puts Oregon Liquor Control Commission in charge of medical growers and the ability to limit patient access to medications.

 

The state of Oregon will limit access to medicine for patients, further restrict access to growers for patients that cannot grow for themselves, and reduce the amount of cannabis that can be transferred to patients if the legislature moves forward with recently proposed changes to the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program.

 

Legislation proposing integration of the medical marijuana grower program into the OLCC regulatory system was introduced as the “dash one” amendments to HB 2198 at Tuesday’s meeting of the Marijuana Regulation Committee. This amendment would require any Oregonian growing medical cannabis except for those growing for themselves at their primary residence, to fall under and be licensed by OLCC and meet all OLCC compliance issues.

 

“Oregon continues to have one of the strongest medical cannabis programs for patients in the nation. The state would be wise to maintain this impressive program that serves the needs of its patients and avoid temptation to merge the medical program with the state’s recently adopted adult use program.”....

 

 

http://www.occnewspaper.com/no-ommp-2-olcc-call-to-action/


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