Oregon gov signs bill to protect rec cannabis industry from feds

To protect the state’s recreational marijuana industry from a federal crackdown, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill that prevents rec retail businesses from storing private data about customers’ identities or purchases. The new law is designed to shield adult-use marijuana consumers by barring retailers from sharing or keeping their personal data. Oregon marijuana retailers have 30 days to destroy the data, according to The Oregonian. Senate Bill 863 sped through the state Legislature and was one of the first bills the governor signed. Brown has said she’s concerned about what the Trump administration, particularly Attorney ... Oregon gov signs bill to protect rec cannabis industry from feds is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs