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Vince Sliwoski

Vince manages Harris Bricken’s Portland office and is a professor of Cannabis Law and Policy at Lewis & Clark Law School. He is a well-rounded attorney with expertise in a wide range of transactional law.

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Cannabis Legalization: What’s At Stake On Election Day

Next week’s elections have the potential to make some serious changes and reforms for cannabis and even psychedelics.

The New Stoner: It’s Okay To Admit You Are One

It’s no big deal anymore if you admit to getting high.

Does Marijuana Increase Sexual Appetite?

Some believe the herb puts them deeper in the moment, while others think this perceived enhancement is nothing more than a stoned illusion.

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Federal Courts Are Going Backward On Cannabis

In 2020, state courts still seem to be a good bet for cannabis businesses in cannabis-legal states. But federal courts are sliding backward.

The Oregon Fires And Cannabis

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) reported that 1 in every 5 licensed marijuana businesses (408 businesses) are in evacuation protocols from the 35 uncontained wildfires.

Kamala Harris Will Help With Cannabis Reform (And That’s Good Enough For Me)

Harris is going to help end prohibition in. theU.S., even if it doesn’t happen as quickly as we had once hoped.

The World Trade Organization And Cannabis

The WTO is a multilateral organization governing trade among nations, based on obligations its member states undertake through various treaties.

The Psilocybin Movement Is Like The Cannabis Movement (Except When It’s Not)

A race is underway to explore the attributes of psychedelic mushrooms and to leverage their promise in commercial applications.

This Psilocybin Patent Could Be A Really Big Deal

Could a new patent signal corporations taking over psychedelics or is just Compass Pathways operating business as usual?