Oregon’s Marijuana Surplus Not Gloom and Doom of Booming Market

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission at the end of January issued a study claiming there’s enough marijuana to supply the state’s recreational market for 6.5 years.

The “2019 Recreational Marijuana Supply and Demand Legislative Report” stated the finding was in theory and stems from over-production.

Brandon Krenzler and Erin Purchase argued just how theoretical the finding is. They own and operate Kind Leaf, one of the three retail marijuana stores in Pendleton, and employ about 30 people. They said the market is far from collapsing, and much of the surplus is stuff that will not sell. Continue reading “Oregon’s Marijuana Surplus Not Gloom and Doom of Booming Market”

Oregon Begins Marijuana Home Deliveries

Oregon is rolling out another first in the recreational marijuana industry: Customers may now order pot from licensed retailers and have it delivered to their homes.

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission had granted delivery permits to 117 retailers across Oregon, including 13 in Portland, last year but postponed their permission until last month. Continue reading “Oregon Begins Marijuana Home Deliveries”