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Northwest Alternative Health's team of physicians and professional staff will successfully guide you through the OMMP process of acquiring an Oregon Medical Marijuana Card.
Our mission is to be the foremost medical marijuana advocate for patients in the state of Oregon by providing a medical marijuana clinic in Eugene, that sets the gold standard in professional, compassionate and private care while upholding the guidelines of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program.
The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) is a state registry program within the Public Health Division, Oregon Health Authority.
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The Weed Blog (blog)
Oregon's largest medical marijuana grow site serves only California patients
Oregon has seen explosive growth in large-scale marijuana production in just the past two years, according The Oregonian/OregonLive's analysis. Among the findings: 282 grow sites statewide produce cannabis for 11 or more medical marijuana patients – a ...
Oregon Marijuana Growers Scrambling For Real Estate
Oregon pot producers ramping up production
Biggest medical marijuana grow site in Josephine County
Oregon lawmakers have much to discern about marijuana
Oregon and a number of other states previously had approved medical marijuana. Meanwhile, outdated federal policy outlaws any use of marijuana anywhere. On the national level, Congress and the Obama administration must reconcile federal policy with ...
Eastern Oregon residents didn't vote for legal marijuana, urge OLCC to keep a ...
To understand those differences, consider: Deschutes County was the only county east of the Cascades to vote in favor of legal marijuana. Portland is home to nearly 100 licensed medical marijuana dispensaries, while Umatilla and Baker counties, where ...
Benton Mackenzie, Iowa man and Oregon medical marijuana patient, dies
Benton Mackenzie, an Iowa man who held an Oregon medical marijuana card and traveled to the state for medical cannabis, died Monday morning, reports the Quad-City Times. Mackenzie, 49, was well-known in his home state after being convicted in Iowa ...
Abandoning medical pot snubs patients
A Jan. 11 Register-Guard editorial titled “Don't repeat Colorado's stumbles” proposed, among other points, the termination of Oregon's Medical Marijuana Program. Though perhaps administratively expeditious and arguably more lucrative for the state, the ...
Joint committee ready to make rules for Oregon marijuana
Oregon growers already provide pot to medical marijuana dispensaries. House Bill 2676, sponsored by state Rep. Peter Buckley, D-Ashland, directs the OLCC to register existing production sites, easing the way for that supply to enter the retail market ...
Oregon lawmakers busy filing marijuana bills
Oregon bank opens doors to Colorado marijuana businesses
The Denver Post
... it is serving Colorado marijuana businesses. The bank said it also is taking marijuana-related deposits in Washington, the other state where recreational pot is legal and has been serving Oregon-based medical marijuana dispensaries since September.
Portland medical marijuana dispensary owner says Utah company refused to ...
Don Morse wanted to install an electric sign on his Southwest Portland medical marijuana dispensary so he arranged for a local representative of a national sign company to come by his shop. A few days later, Sharyl Herigstad, an Oregon representative ...
A gusher of marijuana bills -- including a pregnancy warning -- is introduced ...
From bills seeking to change the marijuana legalization measure passed by Oregon voters to proposed limits on how many medical marijuana patients a doctor can see, pot is a big issue at the Legislature this year. At least 16 marijuana-related bills ...
Michigan Medical Marijuana Program Enrollment Decreases Second Year In A ...
The Weed Blog (blog)
decreasing medical marijuana patients michigan It's fairly rare to see a state medical marijuana program decrease in enrollment. It happened once in my home state of Oregon. That dip in patient enrollment was due to a doubling of the enrollment fee for ...