His bill would also allow people convicted of non-violent weed crimes to expunge their records.
With pot legalized in Oregon, state Rep. Lew Frederick (D-Portland) says people jailed for non-violent weed crimes should no longer be kept behind bars.
Frederick is sponsoring a bill in the Oregon Legislature that would reduce sentences for people sent to prison before July 1, 2015, for marijuana-related activities—like selling, growing and transporting—that...
Four labs return very different potency results from the same marijuana batch.
Customers at Nectar Cannabis use several methods to choose the weed that’s right for them.
Some trust the
budtenders at the medical marijuana dispensary on Northeast Sandy
An outside investigation of a $11.5 million office building for sewer workers that tripled in cost recommends Portland city bureaus provide elected officials with detailed reports when the scope of a construction project changes.
City Commissioner Nick Fish pledges annual review of funds.
Last fall, WW reported how the Portland Water Bureau sat on a reserve fund that grew to $32 million over the past five years, even though Water Bureau sales to customers were in decline. In response, City Commissioner Nick Fish called for an outside review of t...
Mayor Charlie Hales hasn’t officially announced he’s seeking a second term in 2016—but his campaign war chest says he's made his decision. Hales has raised $21,000 in the past two months, collecting campaign donations from pillars of the city’s power structure—especially real estate developers. The mayor’s new batch of political contributions includes $5,000 from Pe...