New Revenue Coalition’s Official Statement Post SB 639 Hearing

On Thursday February 28th, the Oregon cannabis community came together to put forth a strong showing of support from community members across the state who believe medical patients, renters, and disadvantaged communities deserve a legal place to consume a legal product, out of public view. Can you kick in $10, $25, or $100 a month Read more about New Revenue Coalition’s Official Statement Post SB 639 Hearing[…]

OREGON: Submit Your Testimony Supporting Cannabis Consumption, TODAY!

We’re only two days away from the first public hearing on Senate Bill 639, the bill that will allow for cannabis consumption venues, events, and tours! There’s only one question: Have you submitted your written testimony yet?! If not, please take a moment to email your testimony to sbgg.exhibits@oregonlegislature.gov and it will be posted on the Senate Read more about OREGON: Submit Your Testimony Supporting Cannabis Consumption, TODAY![…]

Senator Steiner Hayward Signs On To SB 639, Public Hearing Scheduled

We have big news to share on our fight to legalize cannabis cafes in Oregon! Last week, Senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward, a doctor at OHSU, signed on as a sponsor, and our bill, Senate Bill 639, was scheduled for a hearing on February 28th at 8:00am in front of the Senate Committee on Business and Read more about Senator Steiner Hayward Signs On To SB 639, Public Hearing Scheduled[…]

Oregon Cannabis Cafe & Events Bill SB 639 Introduced

OUR BILL TO LEGALIZE CANNABIS CAFES AND EVENTS HAS BEEN INTRODUCED! Next, it is vital that we gather support from Senators and Representatives for the bill, and ask that they join on as a sponsor to SB 639. Please take a moment to e-mail your elected leaders and ask them to sponsor Senate Bill 639, Read more about Oregon Cannabis Cafe & Events Bill SB 639 Introduced[…]

Common Sense Cannabis Consumption: A Patient’s Perspective

To my elected officials and local leaders,   My name is Jeremy Robbins and I use medical cannabis because I broke my neck in a bicycling accident nearly 20 years ago. I am paralyzed and have severe spasms and chronic pain, but I do not take any narcotics to mitigate my symptoms, instead I consume Read more about Common Sense Cannabis Consumption: A Patient’s Perspective[…]

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New Revenue Coalition Common Consumption Bill Summary

It’s time to legalize and regulate common consumption cannabis businesses in Oregon!   Legalization in Oregon has created thousands of jobs and generated hundreds of millions of dollars in new revenue, but we can do even better. By licensing common consumption businesses, Oregonians will have regulated establishments where adults can responsibly use cannabis while creating Read more about New Revenue Coalition Common Consumption Bill Summary[…]

Advocates Plan Ballot Measure for Cannabis Cafes

From Willamette Week: Cannabis advocacy group the New Revenue Coalition wants Oregon lawmakers to expand the number of places where consumers can light up. Currently, Oregon law effectively restricts cannabis consumption to private residences—but many landlords don’t allow tenants to smoke in rented properties. Coalition spokesman Sam Chapman says his group will push lawmakers in 2019 to Read more about Advocates Plan Ballot Measure for Cannabis Cafes[…]

It’s Time To Legalize Social Use Cannabis Businesses In Oregon

From WeedNews.co: On August 29, the New Revenue Coalition will host a kick-off event to announce efforts to work with the Oregon State Legislature to license and regulate cannabis social consumption. The NRC will also file with the state to begin collecting signatures for a 2020 ballot initiative should the 2019 legislative efforts fail to Read more about It’s Time To Legalize Social Use Cannabis Businesses In Oregon[…]

Cannabis Cafes Could be Coming to Oregon Soon

From InternationalCBC.com: Legal cannabis in Oregon has brought thousands of jobs to the state and has generated millions of dollars in revenue, exceeding government expectations. In fact, the Beaver State brings in $20 million every quarter in cannabis taxes, doubling the $40 million that state financial analysts thought would be the maximum generated in a year. Read more about Cannabis Cafes Could be Coming to Oregon Soon[…]

Oregon Weed Advocates Contemplating Ballot Measure to Legalize Cannabis Cafes

From Willamette Week: The cannabis advocacy group the New Revenue Coalition wants Oregon lawmakers to expand the number of places where consumers can light up. Currently, Oregon law effectively restricts cannabis consumption to private residences but many landlords don’t allow renters to smoke in rented properties. Sam Chapman, a spokesman for the New Revenue Coalition, Read more about Oregon Weed Advocates Contemplating Ballot Measure to Legalize Cannabis Cafes[…]