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 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[…]

OPB NRC article

Group Launches Effort To Allow Cannabis Cafes In Oregon

From OPB: by Kristian Foden-Vencil Follow OPB Nov. 22, 2018 midnight | Portland, Ore. Walk down any downtown Portland street and it’s not unusual to smell cannabis. That’s despite the fact current law says people can only smoke it in private. Sam Chapman with the New Revenue Coalition says Oregon lawmakers need to give people public places to smoke, especially Read more about Group Launches Effort To Allow Cannabis Cafes In Oregon[…]

KGW NRC article

Group makes push for cannabis cafes in Oregon

From KGW: Author: Associated Press Published: 12:46 PM PST November 23, 2018 Updated: 12:46 PM PST November 23, 2018 PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A group wants Oregon lawmakers to allow public places such as cafes where people can smoke legal pot. Current law says people can only smoke it in private. The New Revenue Coalition wants to change Read more about Group makes push for cannabis cafes in Oregon[…]