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  • Post Time Posted January 02, 2019
A proposal likely to go before state lawmakers in 2019 seeks to allow Oregon cannabis companies to export products to other weed-legal states.

According to the Statesman Journal, Oregon’s Craft Cannabis Alliance, a business association for the cannabis industry, is working with legislators to allow marijuana exports by 2021. Senator Floyd Prozanski plans to reintroduce provisions from a similar proposal that did not make it past the statehouse in 2017.

According to the proposal, Oregon companies would be allowed to ship product to other states, so long as Oregon’s governor has made a pact with the receiving state's governor to allow the deliveries.

Oregon legalized recreational marijuana in 2015, and has since seen prices plummet with demand not keeping up with supply. The move to begin an export market aims to tackle the issue to sell off the oversupply of products to less developed markets.

Source: https://komonews.com/news/local/oregon-may-consider-exporting-marijuana-to-other-states

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