The line between legal medical marijuana providers and illegal operations has been blurry every since the passing of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act of 1998, and online advertising of the drug is adding to the problem.
Oregon is poised to join a handful of other that allow medical marijuana dispensaries, including California, if voters approve Measure 74 next week. Supporters say Oregon's measure has an important difference.
There are five classifications of controlled substances throughout the United States, Schedule I being the most dangerous and schedule V the least. Oregon just downgraded marijuana from Schedule I to Schedule II.
Marijuana advocates are planning to march in Eugene today in support of looser pot laws. The event is the Global Marijuana March, and will be taking place simultaneously in cities around the country. The march comes as advocates try to gather enough...
Jim Greig is bedridden with severe rheumatoid arthritis, a condition he has had for 22 years. For 20 of those years, he has used marijuana to relive pain. Now he supports a ballot measures that would create state-regulated dispensaries for marijuana.