Medford, Ore. — A southern Oregon doctor is under investigation. Dr. Brian Lane Dossey has been serving medical marijuana patients from Salem to California, but tonight, he’s out of a job. His name is still on the door at Patient’s Choice ...

Salem, Ore. – The Oregon Health Authority is issuing a health advisory after marijuana products sold in the McMinnville area were found to be tainted with high levels of pesticides. According to OHA, the alert targets dried flower marijuana sold ...

Medford, Ore. — A medical marijuana grower is being fined $250 every day for having more plants than the city of Medford allows. The limitation on outdoor marijuana grows was put in place last November, restricting both medical and recreational growers ...

Grants Pass, Ore. — A Portland-based company says very little medical marijuana grown in Josephine County is actually going to patients. The study conducted by ECONorthwest suggests that as much as 70% of the marijuana grown in that county is not ...

Josephine County, Ore. — Local medical marijuana growers were given a crash course on the latest rules from state officials on Tuesday. Representatives from the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program, or the O.M.M.P., held two workshops at the library in Grants ...

Salem,Ore. — Employee’s at Domino’s Pizza in Salem say something just didn’t seem right when they suddenly stopped getting orders from a regular customer. “He usually gets chicken wings, sandwich, pasta, sometimes a pizza,” said General Manager Sarah Fuller. “He ...

Medford, Ore. — The Oregon Health Authority is holding a series of hearings to get public input on proposed permanent rules for the state’s medical marijuana program. But the changes have some medical marijuana patients and growers concerned. Some of ...

Medford, Ore. — Medical marijuana may soon be sold within Medford city limits. The city council voting 4 to 2 to lift the 17 month moratorium on medical marijuana sales effective December 1, 2015. One councilor was absent and another abstained ...

 Phoenix, Ore. — In less than 24 hours anyone 21 and older will be able to legally purchase marijuana at dispensaries. However, there are limits and restrictions, so here’s what you need to know. As of Thursday, October 1, 2015 adults ...

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