In Oregon, New Clean Air Rules Could Shutter MJ Clubs

Cannabis entrepreneurs in Oregon running smoking lounges have a new hurdle to overcome: the state’s Indoor Clean Air Act.

Such lounges may be forced to close for violating new provisions of the statute, set to go into effect on New Year’s Day, according to The Oregonian.

The indoor clean air rules were originally passed in 2009 and targeted only tobacco. This year, lawmakers added marijuana to the law, as well as devices like vaporizers and e-cigarettes, thus making it illegal to smoke or vape cannabis in work and public places.

The marijuana lounges may have an option, however. The

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