To Discuss Oversupply, We Must Discuss Export

To Discuss Oversupply, We Must Discuss Export

Oversupply and illicit cannabis production are interconnected problems, but to address either, we must recognize that Oregon and California are natural producer-states, that with normalized markets our cannabis is a bounty, not a problem, and that interstate export - and soon - is the answer that everyone is looking for.

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New York Governor Cuomo Looking for Legalization Plan – He Should Look West

New York Governor Cuomo Looking for Legalization Plan – He Should Look West

Federal prohibition is dying, but it could still take three years, or five years, or seven years to make it official.  In the meantime, there is no reason for the federal government to prevent legal states from moving product between their tracking systems via licensed distributors.  Allowing states like Oregon and California to send their excess product into other legal markets, while eliminating the need for newly legal states like New York to create even more redundant production capacity, and will go a long way towards reducing the flow of cannabis into illicit markets.

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