What do Colorado and Washington Cannabis Have That Oregon Doesn’t?

What do Colorado and Washington Cannabis Have That Oregon Doesn’t?

 | December 27, 2016

Inside Oregon’s recreational marijuana dispensaries, you’ll find some of the finest flower, concentrates, edibles and topicals anywhere. Although the variety is hindered by the current testing backlog, the products available are light years beyond the likes of street merchandise 10 years ago.

Once you leave the shop, things aren’t so great in Oregon. If you head up to Washington—or, better yet, over to Colorado—you have far more options for enjoying your high.

If the three states with established recreational cannabis programs were siblings, Colorado would be the driven eldest child. Colorado has been bold with its laws; it was the first state to truly legalize, and is currently developing the first-ever permits for areas where smoking in public is allowed. Washington is the mild-tempered middle sibling, following cautiously—lower limits on what you can buy and a more conservative approach to policy revisions. But both have more liberal laws than cautious, demure Oregon.

What do Colorado and Washington Cannabis Have That Oregon Doesn’t?

 






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