Sep 172015
 September 17, 2015

new approach oregon marijuana legalizationWhat: The Oregon Health Authority’s Retail Marijuana Scientific Advisory Committee is holding its monthly meeting. The meeting is open to the public.

Agenda: Review purpose and agenda; review and approve August 27 minutes; Marijuana Research Group and Senate Bill 844; health effects of adolescent marijuana use; wrap-up, future topics; public comment.

When: Thursday, Sept. 24, 3-5 p.m. The public comment period begins at 4:45 p.m. All comments are limited to two minutes, or can be submitted to marijuana.science@state.or.us.

Where: Portland State Office Building, Room 1-B, 800 NE Oregon St., Portland

Why: The Oregon Health Authority’s Retail Marijuana Scientific Advisory Committee, based at the Public Health Division, provides scientific input to inform public health recommendations related to retail marijuana in Oregon. The committee is examining adverse health effects of retail marijuana use, and impacts of time, place, and manner of retail sale of potentially addictive substances.

For more information about the committee, visit the committee’s website.

Source: Oregon Health Authority

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    There are no pharmacological effects to worry about unless they worry about bacon and BBQ…this stuff is mostly cultural and isn’t much up to “scientific inquiry” unless we are talking mass sociological studies, not clinical pharmacological studies…you know, like people choosing to be less productive because getting high all day is rewarding enough- this doesn’t just happen as a result of “pharmacology” in its self. You can’t sit down with most of these individuals down and pin the cause on getting high in its self.

    Why don’t they study the effects of poverty with this money? We already know that poverty is more damaging than smoking pot all day.

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