Oregon Removes Residency Obstacles for Participation in Legal Cannabis

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Oregon has officially eased the barriers for entry for businesses looking to get involved in the world of legal weed. Prior to yesterday, Oregon required all applicant-holders to have lived in the state of Oregon for at least two years. After a long journey, Gov. Kate Brown signed to officially remove the two-year residency requirement for applicants. This opens many doors for out-of-state producers, processors and retailers who previously had overlooked Oregon. The Beaver state is now viewed as a prosperous opportunity to interested investors.

 

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http://www.marijuana.com/blog/news/2016/03/oregon-removes-residency-obstacles-for-participation-in-legal-cannabis/

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