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Does Oregon’s Eviction Moratorium Apply To Cannabis Businesses?

On April 1, Governor Brown signed Executive Order 20-13, which imposed a temporary moratorium on evictions in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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.

Wildfires Expected To Impact Hemp Crops

The fight is far from over for cannabis growers whose crops went up in smoke and cannabis companies who will be struggling to stay afloat.

Top 5 Fresh Toast Stories Of The Week: Sept. 18, 2020

ICYMI: Here are the headlines making news this week on The Fresh Toast.

The California Fires and Cannabis

For licensed growers worried about how the fires will affect them, options are available if you know the rules.

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.

Marijuana Sales Predicted To Surpass $15 Billion By End Of 2020

Some states have experienced record monthly sales while tourist-dependent markets have experienced a mixed bag.

Oregon Measure To Legalize Magic Mushrooms Qualifies For November Ballot

If approved, Oregon would become the first state to allow the use of psilocybin, the psychoactive ingredient found in psychedelic mushrooms.

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