Unless you've been hiding away in your mama's basement with no access to the innermets for the past two-three years, chances are you've heard about this lil ol' thing called legal cannabis in Oregon. The industry, legal since 2015 in Oregon, brought in a few pennies in 2017... $70 million in tax dollars, according to the Oregon Department of Revenue.
Today, the body regulating that new(ish) industry, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, released a series of videos, with Oregon cannabis industry peeps weighing in on why they decided to "go legal" and what it means to the industry.
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