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COVID-19 interstate compacts could be a model for regional marijuana trade - Cannabis News
Lawmakers in Oregon have been at the forefront of national efforts to give legal producers a way to export out of state.
Oregon farmers grow a lot more cannabis than Oregonians consume, and what happens to the excess depends entirely on what kind of grower you happen to be.
In the legal market, licensed companies are currently sitting on a surplus of roughly one million pounds, enough to keep the state stoned at current levels for six years.
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David Bienenstock ~ Leafly.com ~