Although no one asked, I have some predictions for the cannabis landscape in Oregon, having nothing to do with the corrupt, race-baiting shitholes ruining this country.
July will mark three years since Oregon passed Measure 91, our Adult Use, aka Recreational Use, program. It’s been great for adults who, prior to Measure 91, didn’t have access to clean cannabis and canna-products. It’s raised millions in taxes and fees to fund important programs and services, created thousands of jobs, and offered those seeking an alternative to opioids and other Big Pharma medications some great choices.
(A downside? Although assured otherwise, it’s gutted the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program, which has moved many growers to abandon the program, and, in turn, their patients.)
But aside from that, everything is great, right?
Perhaps you’ve noticed a price drop for flower at your friendly neighborhood dispensary. Grams that were $12 to $14 are now $9 or $10, or even lower. It’s a boon to your wallet, but may not bode well for the future. After talking to a number of licensed growers and