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“The examination room is a sanctuary…the war on drugs does not belong there.” -- Richard Bayer, M.D., FACP

I have seen many patients benefit from the use of medical marijuana, before and after I was co­chief petitioner of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act, when it successfully passed in 1998.

Yes On 91 - Regulate, Tax, Legalize

I support Measure 91 because it doesn’t negatively impact the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program and can benefit many patients not covered or served by the medical law. Marijuana regulation is a better policy than marijuana prohibition.

Measure 91 does not impact the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act in any way.

Understandably, I am very protective of Oregon’s medical marijuana program and its patients and would not support anything that would do the medical program or its patients any harm. I can wholeheartedly support Measure 91 because it protects the program and our patients.

Medical marijuana laws are not enough for many patients.

Because of local bans, too many patients have to travel long distances to acquire medical marijuana ­ or go without. Too many patients can’t afford to pay for a state registration fee and the doctor visits necessary to acquire a medical marijuana card. Low ­income patients shouldn’t be subjected to criminal laws because of poverty.

Additionally, there is still too much discrimination against medical marijuana patients and medical marijuana research. Measure 91 will put us on a path to end that discrimination and start the serious study of medical marijuana in Oregon.

Regulation works better than marijuana prohibition.

Just as Al Capone and other mobsters profited from alcohol prohibition, drug cartels profit from marijuana prohibition today, endangering too many people. Measure 91 brings marijuana out of an unregulated market into a regulated market with the right restrictions, and creates new tax revenue for drug treatment and drug prevention programs. We have had great success decreasing teen use of tobacco with regulation, taxation, and education and we can do the same with marijuana. >> Read more >>


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Getting with The Program ... The role of the Oregon Department of Human Services, Health Services is simply to administer the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act as approved by the voters of this State. The Department did not write the law and does not have any authority to change it or to disregard its provisions. The principal goal of the OMMP is to make the registration process work smoothly and efficiently for qualified patients.

Contacting ... The OHD/OMMP: Oregon (Dept. of Human Resources) Health Division (DHS) / Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) - which is located at 800 NE Oregon Street, #21, Portland, OR 97232-2162 - can be reached by e-mail-ing from their WEBSITE: here, by Phone: 971-673-1234, by Fax: 971-673-1278, by Mail: DHS/OMMP * PO Box 14450 * Portland, OR 97293-0450 or by visiting their office. Their Hours of Operation: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

How To - a Guideline for Completing the Application for Registration.

Step (1) Get Forms from the OMMP (among other sources) and begin the process of Applying. Step (1) Get Forms from the OMMP (among other sources) and begin the process of Applying. Call, fax - or - write to the OMMP for an Application Packet. Or visit. The OMMP sometimes has packets at the front desk and there are numerous organizations that also provide copies of the forms in print as well as thru their websites. Get and fill out the Application for Registration in the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act Program.  Learn More ...

Form Instruction NOTES: (a) Please complete Part A of the Application Form. Please provide a copy of a photo identification card as requested. If information on the front of the card is not current (for example, if your address has changed) please also photocopy the back of the id. (b) If a person over the age of 18 provides assistance to you, and you would like for that person to also receive a registration card, please complete Part B of the form, and provide a copy of photo I.D. of the primary caregiver. [Note: there is no additional fee for a primary caregiver registration card.] (c) Completion of Part C is optional. Please be sure to sign your name in Part D. (d) If you are a minor (under the age of 18), your parent or guardian must complete the Declaration of Person with Primary Custody of a Minor form. The form must also be notarized.

Step (2) Set an appointment & have your doctor sign the Oregon Health Dept. form - or - get a copy of your chart notations showing medical marijuana Step (2) Set an appointment & have your doctor sign the Oregon Health Dept. form - or - get a copy of your chart notations showing medical marijuana "may help alleviate symptoms". Your physician must be an MD or a DO licensed to practice in Oregon under ORS 677. He or she must provide signed, valid, written documentation stating that you are his/her patient, that you have been diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition covered by the Act, and that the medical use of marijuana may mitigate the symptoms or effects of your condition. This documentation may be in the form of a copy of your chart notes, a letter, or the attached Attending Physician's Statement form. [Note: chart notes or a letter must include all elements of the Attending Physician's Statement form.]

Step (3) Send in your application with registration fee. Step (3) Send in your application with registration fee. In order for your application to be complete, a fee of must be paid by check or money order. As of Oct. 1st, 2013, the fee is determined by the following:

* Cardholder application and annual renewal fees are $200, * A reduced application and annual renewal fee of $60 for persons receiving SNAP (food stamp), * A reduced application and annual renewal fee of $50 if Oregon Health Plan (OHP) cardholder, * A reduced application and annual renewal fee of $20 for persons receiving Social Security Income (SSI) benefits, * A $100 fee for replacement registry cards; and * A $50 fee to be charged for grow sites.

To qualify for the reduced fees, applicants must submit documentation that verifies their participation;   Learn More ... Please make payable to: OMMP and send full payment with your application forms and/or other materials to aforementioned address.

Step (4) Wait. All information will be verified. Step (4) Wait. All information will be verified. Upon receipt of a complete application, you will be issued a medical marijuana registration card by the Oregon Health Division.  Learn More ...

Qualifying Conditions ... Debilitating Medical Condition: your physician Checks the appropriate boxes on the ATTENDING PHYSICIAN’S STATEMENT (see form ) 1. Malignant neoplasm (Cancer); 2. Glaucoma; 3. Positive status for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS); 4. Agitation due to Alzheimer’s Disease; 5. A medical condition or treatment for a medical condition that produces for a specific patient one or more of the following: (check all that apply); a. Cachexia; b. Severe pain; c. Severe nausea; d. Seizures, including but not limited to seizures caused by epilepsy; e. Persistent muscle spasms, including but not limited to spasms caused by multiple sclerosis.   Learn More ...

Doctors ... What are the requirements? Finding a physician thats right for you. Educating health care professionals and supporting doctors (as well as yours!) rights and responsibilites in the realtionship. (legal) Analysis and documentation of the proper (BME) procedures and communication of the same. (Medical) Information to educate your physician about cannabis as medicine. NOTE: Your physician must be a Medical Doctor (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) licensed to practice medicine in Oregon. You must have an established patient/physician relationship with your "attending physician." Naturopaths, chiropractors, and nurse practitioners cannot sign the documentation. The OMMP cannot refer you to a physician. The OMMP does not have a physician referral list.

 Application - How to best use (apply) it? Application ... How to best use (apply) it?  Learn More ...

CHANGE! Adding Qualifying Conditions, Networking with the Administrators and otherwise Advocating for the Program as well as Watch-Dogging the Legislature. CHANGE! ... Adding Qualifying Conditions, Networking with the Administrators and otherwise Advocating for the Program as well as Watch-Dogging the Legislature.  Learn More ... ORGs:  Orgs List ...

RESOURCEs: However, MERCY maintains a List of Specialists at > mercycenters.org/orgs/Clinics.html < and some of these organizations have Referral systems >  Oregon Resources.

Medical Cannabis (Marijuana) Dispensary program in Oregon | On Monday, March 3, 2014 at 8:30 a.m., the Oregon Health Authority will begin accepting applications from individuals who wish to register and operate a medical marijuana dispensary in Oregon. Please check >> this page << regularly for updates or sign up to receive updates by e-mail.

Welcome to our site, where We HelpDesk on The Issues, such as ...

ISSUE#1:  Getting a Card, first - the ADMIN (OMMP) related issues ISSUE#1: Getting a Card, first - the ADMIN (OMMP) related issues, like -
Issue (1-1) Qualifying Conditions Qualifying Conditions
Issue (1-2) Fees Fees
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Issue (2-3) Getting Meds; Finding Medicine Getting Meds now; Finding Medicine in short term, while long term Grow situation develops;
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  Issue (2-2-2-1) Finding Grow Resources Finding Grow Resources, like affordable > seeds online, and
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Basic Information ... The Oregon Medical Marijuana Act (OMMA), a ballot initiative approved by voters in 1998, allows patients to possess and grow small amounts of medical marijuana. The law required DHS to create a registry system for persons authorized to use marijuana for medicinal purposes. Applicants must provide a statement from their physician that they have a qualifying medical condition and that medical marijuana might alleviate their symptoms or disease. Once their application is approved they are issued a registration card that is renewable annually. For those who understand the utilization of cannabis as medicine, this is an invaluable option in therapy. >>  Learn More >>

Right for You? ... Conditions and symptoms where others have experienced relief through the application of cannabis. Right for You? ... Conditions and symptoms where others have experienced relief through the application of cannabis. List ailments involved and medications used along with the theraputic benefits and recommended titration (dosage) levels. Risk/s assessment - Addiction, Over-dosage and Reference for healing properties for Cost / Benefit Analysis. List Pros & Cons. What is your condition? Your current medication?  Learn More ...

Cannabis is Medicine ... and has been so since mans ancestors first encountered it. Archeology tells us more about the history of this fascinating and versatile plant every day. Educate yourself and others on the issues surrounding it and its utilization.  Learn More ... Plus, a medical cannabis bibliography - www.omma1998.org and -  More Links ...

Policy ... You do not have to be an Oregon resident to be a registered patient in the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP).  Your physician must be a Medical Doctor (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) licensed to practice medicine in Oregon. Policy ... You do not have to be an Oregon resident to be a registered patient in the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP). Your physician must be a Medical Doctor (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) licensed to practice medicine in Oregon. You must have an established patient/physician relationship with your "attending physician." Naturopaths, chiropractors, and nurse practitioners cannot sign the documentation. The OMMP cannot refer you to a physician. The OMMP does not have a physician referral list. You must list a grow site address on your application. You, or your designated primary caregiver, may grow your own medication. There is no place in the State of Oregon to legally purchase medical marijuana. The OMMP cannot find a designated primary caregiver for you. The OMMP does not keep a referral list of persons who want to be caregivers for patients. (You are not required to list a caregiver, unless you are less than 18 years old.) Your caregiver cannot be your physician. The OMMP cannot supply you with cannabis seeds or starter plants, or give you advice on how to grow medical marijuana. The application fee cannot be waived. Partial payments cannot be accepted.  Learn More ...

Procedures ... Policy, laws, etc. Legal references; Procedures ... Policy, laws, etc. Legal references; For legal info - State laws, rules, statues, legal decisions, etc. - click > here <. Patient rights! Ie- NO Reciprocity - you are only legal in Oregon. NOTE: You have a medical necessity defense even if you don't have your card yet. * FAQS - Frequently Asked QuestionS * The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) receives many questions that are not answered in the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act (OMMA, 1998), Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS), Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR), or the application. The information provided here, initially from the OMMP website, is an effort to help you understand the role of the OMMP, its benefits and limitations. See OMMPs FAQs Page at:  Learn More ...

the Medicine ... There is no place in the State of Oregon to legally purchase medical marijuana. the Medicine ... There is no place in the State of Oregon to legally purchase medical marijuana. You must be given it by another CardHolder without consideration - that is not exchanged for something of value. You, or your designated primary caregiver, may grow your own medication. You must list a grow site address on your application, must be an Oregon residence. The OMMP cannot supply you with seeds or starter plants, or give you advice on how to grow medical marijuana.  Learn More ...

Networking ... Where to get it now?  How to find a long-term source? Networking ... Where to get it now? How to find a long-term source? The OMMP cannot find a designated primary caregiver for you. The OMMP does not keep a referral list of persons who want to be caregivers for patients. (You are not required to list a caregiver, unless you are less than 18 years old.) Your caregiver cannot be your physician. The OMMP cannot supply you with seeds or starter plants, or give you advice on how to grow medical marijuana.  Learn More ...

 Growing - You must list a grow site address on your application; you may grow -or- have someone grow for you. Growing ... You must list a grow site address on your application; you may grow -or- have someone grow for you. You, or your designated primary caregiver, may grow your own medication. There is no place in the State of Oregon to legally purchase medical marijuana. The OMMP cannot find a designated primary caregiver for you. The OMMP does not keep a referral list of persons who want to be caregivers for patients. (You are not required to list a caregiver, unless you are less than 18 years old.) Your caregiver cannot be your physician. The OMMP cannot supply you with seeds or starter plants, or give you advice on how to grow medical marijuana.  Learn More ...

Welcome to the Home page for the Medical Cannabis Resource Center - Me.R.Ce. - a.k.a. MERCY, or the Mercy Center. 

  About this page ...

Composed of a website, a few determined volunteers - and a buncha hopeful ideas - we are a Portland-metro, Oregon-area based not-for-profit medical cannabis patient support group involved in law reform activism here in the Pacific American northwest and beyond.

This is the home page and index to our site.   Thru this, you can learn more about us including our mission, what action that translates into and how to contact us and/or help out and do your own thing.


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The Doctor is In ... Salem!
Welcome to The Club! Every Wednesday,(7PM - 9PM) * there will be a MERCY Club Meeting on Medical Cannabis in Salem, at 1745 Capital St NE, Salem, OR, 97301. Open to the Public, no Fee to attend. Click here for more.

And,
Mon. - Fri., Noon – 6PM * the MERCY Office and will be Open to help folks get their card, network patients to medicine and other resources depending on the issue. It is at – 1745 Capital Street NE, Salem, 97301 - call 503.363-4588 for more, Click here for map and directions.

* Call 503.363-4588 or click here for more info on Clinics around the state, here for more info on Forums around the state and here for more info on Meetings and Meet-Ups around the state.

The Doctor is In ... Salem!
* MERCY is referring people to Medical Cannabis Consultations to help folks get their card when their regular care physician won't sign for them. Get your records to – 1745 Capital Street NE, Salem, 97301 - or, in the Salem-area, fax them to 503-581-1937. NOTE: Total Clinic charge will be $200. Click here, or Call 503.363-4588 for more.

OMMP Meeting Notes Available
One way to discuss rules or propose changes to the program is to attend the public meetings hosted by the OMMP.   Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) meetings happen quarterly and as-needed around the state.   Click here for Meeting Agendas, Minutes, etc.   Click here for more information about OMMP Meetings.
 

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* Saturday, Sunday - August 2, 3-ish, 2015 * starts: 10 AM, both days at Scio, Oregon * The MERCiful Ultimate Louisiana Party (MULP), a Fundraising Event featuring Henry Turner Jr (HTJR) and Ultimate Louisiana Party with Catfish, Red Beans, Rice and more * Music, Food, Activism, plus at Bear Creek Saloon, 40598 Cole School Rd, Scio, Oregon, 97374 * Events begins 10 AM, HTJr goes on at 3pm, Party til we’re pooped. * For more info, like directions, click > here <


  Whats Happening ...  

SEPTEMBER 2014
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1 2 3 * Patients Meet Up in Salem (OR), 7PM, hosted by MERCY 4 5 * MERCY Live show, 7pm, in Salem
* Oregon Medical Marijuana Cup show, in Portland, OR
6 * Oregon Medical Marijuana Cup show, in Portland, OR
7 8 9 10 * Patients Meet Up in Salem (OR), 7PM, hosted by MERCY 11 12 * MERCY Live show, 7pm, in Salem 13 * The International Cannabis Business Conference show, in Portland, OR
13 * The International Cannabis Business Conference show, in Portland, OR 15 16 17 * Patients Meet Up in Salem (OR), 7PM, hosted by MERCY 18 19 * MERCY Live show, 7pm, in Salem 20
21 22 23 24 * OMMP / ACMM Quarterly, 10:30am, in Portland
* Patients Meet Up in Salem (OR), 7PM, hosted by MERCY
25 26 * MERCY Live show, 7pm, in Salem 27 * Hempstalk, 10am - 7pm, in Portland, OR
28 * Hempstalk, 10am - 7pm, in Portland, OR 29 30

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* Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 (21 days before election) * until 5pm * Voter Registration Deadline in Oregon.  Call the toll-free voter information line at 1-866-ORE-VOTE (1-866-673-8683). The voter information line is available Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm, se habla Espanol. TTY services for the hearing impaired are available at 1-866-350-0596.  Am I Registered to Vote?  Check Your Voter Registration On-Line! Visit - https://secure.sos.state.or.us/orestar/vr/showVoterSearch.do?lang=eng&source=SOS  to find out if you’re registered to vote.  Voters may also call their county elections office to confirm their registration.

 

To receive a ballot this fall, voters must be registered no later than Oct. 14th. Voters should also re-register if their residence has changed, if their mailing address has changed, if their name has changed or if their signature has changed. The signature on a voter registration card is used to validate their mail-in ballots. Additional voting resources are also available online at the Elections Division website; visit: www.sos.state.or.us/elections/elechp.htm.   Then * first Tuesday, November 4th  2014 General Election this year * til the Polls close * Vote! in Oregon.   Read the Voting in Oregon Guide http://www.oregonvotes.gov/pages/voterresources/regtovote/index.html. Get to the link and others by visiting: http://www.oregonvotes.gov/

 

 

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*  Friday, September 5th * 7:00pm to 7:30pm * Friday Nite Live Call-In TV Show organized by MERCY-TV at CCTV in Salem, at Capital Community Television,  575 Trade St SE, Salem, Oregon, 97301 – Weekly Filming and Show.  Usually (!) every Friday, excepting holidays, etc. * When happening, we start setting up at 6:30PM * call:  503.363-4588  or visit - http://mercycenters.org/tv/  - for more.

 

 C’mon Down! MERCY-Live happens, (most!) every Friday at 7pm, on Cable Channel 23 and this is a great opportunity for folks to talk about their action and legislative items to folks in the Salem metro area.  Please contact Perry at MERCY to arrange to come on down to the CCTV station in Salem and pitch your thing.  Or, in the Salem area, just call  503-588-6444  between 7 – 7:30 PM and let everybody know that way.

 

* September 5 – 6, 2014 *  Oregon Medical Marijuana Cup in Portland, at: Portland Expo Center * Free event featuring education, food, music and guest speaking seminars.   *  Contact Oregon Cannabis Convention   at   971.388-4392  or visit:   http://OregonCannabisConvention.com  

 

* September 13 - 14, 2014 * The International Cannabis Business Conference in the Portland Ballroom at the Oregon Convention Center * The ICBC is bringing in cannabis experts from around the globe to create an educational and networking opportunity unlike any other conference of its kind. The two day ICBC experience includes cutting edge business, legal and political information while also providing an array of networking social events. Whether you are a grower, processor, dispensary owner, involved in a cannabis-related endeavor or just curious about entering the cannabis industry, you will find the ICBC engaging and entertaining and leave with valuable knowledge to take your respective business to the next level. You do not want to miss this world class cannabis business conference! *  Contact ICBC Organizers at   888-920-6076  or visit:   http://InternationalCBC.com

 

* Every Monday (usually), next is September 8th * 7:30PM – 9PM * Eugene’s Cannabis T.V. Show filming in Eugene, at:   Community TV 29 Studio behind Sheldon High School * If you're interested in helping produce a weekly half-hour cable access TV show in the Studios of Community Television 29 in Eugene, Oregon educating the public on Cannabis issues come on by.   *  Contact Dan Koozer, Producer – ECTV   at   541.517-0957  or visit:   http://w-v-norml.org

 

* September 9 - 11, 2014 * Colorado's First CME Certified Conference on Cannabis Medicine * Denver, CO * Conference Venue: Sherman St. Events Center, 1770 Sherman St., Denver, CO. Phone: 720-588-3737 –or- visit: http://mmjfordoctors.com/   * Read more >>

http://www.nacprx.net/event/colorados-first-cme-certified-conference-on-cannabis-medicine/

 

* Every Wednesday (except Holidays), Next is September 10th  * 7:00pm to 9:00pm * Want to get your Card?  Need Medicine Now?  Welcome to The Club!  The Mercy Club, a Public Meet-Up and our simulcasted Weekly TV show hosted by MERCY at 1745 Capital St NE, Salem, OR, 97301. * For more info,  call MERCY at:  503.363-4588  –or- visit:  http://mercycenters.org/Club.html

 

*  September 24, 2014, 10am - 2:30pm  *  OMMP Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM) regular meeting at Portland State Office Building, 800 NE Oregon St, Conference Room 1-E, Portland, OR 97232.  The official public meeting notice can be found > here <  This is an ADA-accessible public meeting with a public comment period at 2pm - for all who sign-up to address the ACMM and OMMP staff directly.  MERCY-TV will attempt to live-stream at: http://mercycenters.org/tv/ and video capture and archive at: www.YouTube.com/MercyCenterTV  *  These are public meetings, so all are welcome to attend.  *  The Quarterly Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM) is hosted by the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) – click here > http://mercycenters.org/events/Meet_OMMP.htm < for more info.  * Also, you can Contact the Program at   971.673-1234   or visit the OMMP Meetings website: here <<

 

* Friday, September 26th, at 7:30 pm * MERCY Monthly TV is filmed the last Friday of the month starting at 7:30pm at CCTV in Salem.  Consider utilizing MERCY-TV Monthly, our Weekly Meetings broadcasts and/or our Friday Nite Live shows to get your message out in the Salem-metro area and beyond.  MERCY Weekly TV is filmed at the Weekly meeting on Wed., 7pm at the MERCY Club in Salem.  Catch MERCY-TV in the Salem area – one of several shows available - on Cable Channel 23, TUE @ 10:30 pm, THU @ 2 pm, FRI @ 11:30 am -or- SAT @ 8:30 pm.    Many Thanks to CCtv and volunteers PeKe, Lance, Pat and Sam.  Visit - http://mercycenters.org/tv/ - for more.

 

* Saturday, September 27th, 2pm – 4pm * Willamette Valley NORML Public meeting will be at 3831 Main Street, Springfield, Oregon 97477. Special thanks to the People's Wellness Center (just behind the center staircase) for their hospitality. Accessible by LTD Bus Route 11. Ample Parking. Bring a chair or two if you can.  * W-V-NORML Public Meeting normally held 4th Saturdays *  For more info on Meeting Agenda, et al, call:  541.517-0957  –or-  visit:  http://w-v-norml.org/meeting.html

 

* Saturday, September 27 - 28, 2014 - 10AM to 9PM  * HempStalk will happen in Portland, Oregon. *  at Tom McCall Waterfront Park,  SE Naito Pkwy. and SE Hawthorne Blvd. *  The reason marijuana is illegal has very little to do with drugs, and is really about money and the continued centralization of economic and political control. Hemp seed oil is biodiesel and is three times more productive than any other seed oil crop, and hemp seed oil will run any diesel engine today with no modification. Hemp oil is the reason the petrochemical industry made up the "reefer madness" myth. They renamed hemp, using racist propaganda, calling it marijuana, and lied to make it illegal. There is a truth that must be heard! That's what the Hempstalk Festival is all about.  To find out more about HempStalk, visit:   http://hempstalk.org/  * 

 

 

 

*  October 27 – 29, 2014 * NACP Inaugural Cannabis Pharmaceutical Scientific & Medical Congress *  Arlington, VA * The venue is the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel, 2800 South Potomac Ave, Arlington, VA, 22202.  NOTE: It is an invitation-only event. At NACP’s Inaugural Cannabis Pharmaceutical Scientific & Medical Congress, subject matter experts, key opinion leaders and regulators will present data regarding the listing of cannabis as a Schedule I narcotic under the Controlled Substances Act.

 

Leading scientific, medical, and legal experts with expertise in cannabis medicines will present evidence either in support or against the rescheduling of cannabis in order to foster meaningful discussion regarding the long-term national debate on the value of cannabis-based medicines and the future of the endocannabinoid system.  Key findings will be published in Journal of the National Association of Cannabis Pharmacy (JNACP).  Read more >>

http://www.nacprx.net/cannabis-pharmaceutical-scientific-medical-congress/

 

*  December 10, 2014, 10am - 2:30pm  *  OMMP Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM) regular meeting at Portland State Office Building, 800 NE Oregon St, Conference Room 1-E, Portland, OR 97232.  The official public meeting notice can be found > here <  This is an ADA-accessible public meeting with a public comment period at 2pm - for all who sign-up to address the ACMM and OMMP staff directly.  MERCY-TV will attempt to live-stream at: http://mercycenters.org/tv/ and video capture and archive at: www.YouTube.com/MercyCenterTV  *  These are public meetings, so all are welcome to attend.  *  The Quarterly Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM) is hosted by the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) – click here > http://mercycenters.org/events/Meet_OMMP.htm < for more info.  * Also, you can Contact the Program at   971.673-1234   or visit the OMMP Meetings website: here <<

 

 

* NOTE: On Monday, March 3, 2014 at 8:30 a.m., the Oregon Health Authority began accepting applications from individuals who wish to register and operate a medical marijuana dispensary in Oregon.  IMPORTANT NOTE! Applications will only be accepted through the online system that will be live at > mmj.oregon.gov < Please check here  >> http://mercycenters.org/orgs/MMF_OR.html << regularly for more details, updates or to sign up to join an e-mail list to receive updates by e-mail.

 

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* MMF Compliance Seminars * Overview:  Education and training for your MMF Staff!  Plus, Pending Oregon Health Authority Rules and Regulations; implementation of HB-3460; Obtain valued information on the overall operations for a successful MMF; Evaluate where You are and Your Medical Marijuana Facility Stand; Written Policy...? What do you have in place? - Recognize Best Business Practices that could improve YOUR facilities operations; A fundamental understanding of the important responsibilities placed on the Person Responsible for the medical marijuana Facility; referred to as the "PRF" or the owner.  An appreciation for the term "Accountable" in regards to record keeping; both hard copies and electronic forms.

 

Take the fear out of the unknown.  MMF Audits.....It's not a question of IF.  Be prepared for when!  Is your staff ready to RESPOND vs. REACT to adverse situations when they happen?  How the public views the cannabis industry is important!  Put your best foot forward. 

 

Networking opportunities and food is being provided. An opportunity to address questions, first hand to Paul, Bradley and Jeff.  EVOLVE - CHANGE - GROW -  IMPROVE - DEVELOP – SUCCESS.  Reserve your seats - Call Today: 503-268-2207 - Seating is Limited and filling up fast, Tickets are only $95 (Available for $110 day of the event; Money Order, Visa, MasterCard)  ProMBC Proudly Presents  - Bradley Steinman,  Oregon Licensed Attorney; Jeff Kucirek,  Oregon Licensed Attorney and KEY NOTE SPEAKER Paul Schmidt - member of HB-3460 Rules & Advisory Board, Former DEA Colorado Department of Revenue Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division (MMED); Agent in Charge.

 

We hope you share our flier with others in your area.  Anyone is welcome to attend the seminars.  The information can assist anyone involved in the marijuana industry, from plant to patient and every place in between.  Preparing for your future is why we are here!  Contact: ProMBC , 9220 SW Barbur Blvd., #119-162, Portland, OR 97219, Phone - (503) 268-2207, or visit - www.prombc.com/

 

*  Are you ready for the future?  Northwest Alternative Health Presented the Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference, an event designed to help entrepreneurs and business people prepare to do business in Oregon in a rapidly changing environment.  Discussions covered a variety of topics: understanding the new rules and regulations surrounding Oregon dispensaries; the ancillary businesses surrounding the medical cannabis industry; legislative issues that might affect the business climate of the state; updates on legal proceedings regarding local governments and their authority to limit or ban dispensaries in their respective jurisdictions, and more.  For More Information Please Contact Northwest Alternative Health - 888.920.6076 – or visit >> http://www.ommbc.com/

 

* See also, Class Schedule; Compassion Center  - All Classes held at - Compassion Center, 2055 West 12th, Eugene OR  97402 – call: 541-484-6558, or visit - www.compassioncenter.net

 

* On Request * “Intro to OMMA – the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act” offers a practical explanation of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act, our rights & responsibilities, and how to apply for a card.

 

* On Request * “Cannabis Horticulture Q & A” is an opportunity to ask questions, stimulate discussion, or just listen to the fascinating subject of the horticultural science of Cannabis sp., with a special focus on the cultivation of medicinal cannabis. 

 

The class costs are negotiable and is held when you want.  The CAN! Education Program not only benefits patients, caregivers, and growers, but is also intended for family members, businesses, health professionals, nonprofits, and those who interact with or serve the needs of Oregon Medical Marijuana Program cardholders.  Pre-registration is not required, but encouraged.  CAN! Research, Education & Consulting innovates and implements phytocannabinoid research, teaches, and consults businesses and individuals on a broad range of Cannabis-related topics.  CAN! Research is located in beautiful Downtown Corvallis, Oregon at 551 SW 4th Street.  Contact: Todd Dalotto, CAN! Research Education & Consulting - (541) 752-9053 -  CanResearch.net

 

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* TBA, 2015  *  2:00 pm - 3:30 pm  * Emerald Empire HempFest Volunteer Meetings.  Location:  Maurie Jacobs Park, Eugene, OR  * Meet near the bathrooms, which are near the soccer field.  Look for the MJ flag. Bring a friend or 2 and a chair or two please. * Contact:  Dan Koozer, Emerald Empire HempFest, Voice Phone Number (541) 517-0957, FAX Number - (888) 420-1819 * Email Address emeraldempirehempfest@hotmail.com * Website URL –  www.EmeraldEmpireHempfest.com

 

* February 27th – March 2nd –ish, 2015 * International Environmental Law Conference * EMU building, Oregon University, Eugene, OR * Info on this year's Public event here >> http://pielc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/2014-PIELC-Brochure-5.pdf << Willamette Valley NORML will have a table at this event as usual (somewhere around 15 years).

 

* (first) Saturday (in) May 2nd, 2015 * Marches for Global Cannabis Liberation * Also known as the Million Marijuana Marches, this Action is happening in Salem, Eugene, Portland - Oregon and hundreds of cities around the World.  Check your local listings.  Salem plan:  MERCY will assemble for this event, starting at 11am, at the far end of the mall across from the steps of the Capital Building, Salem, Oregon on first Saturday in May, annually and March at High Noon.  Officially, the intersection of Summer and Center streets.  At High Noon (sharp!) we March, Visit - http://mercycenters.org/events/MMM.html   - for map and more. 

 

Eugene:  The W-V-NORML / CanLibSoc / EEH / ECTV Coalition will assemble 10:30am, at the FSP (Free Speech Plaza), 8th & Oak, The march ends at the old Federal Courthouse Plaza at 7th & Pearl for the Rally with speakers & information Booths. The speakers last year included: Brian Michaels a prominent Criminal Defense Lawyer practicing in Oregon with extensive experience in Marijuana cases.  Contact: Willamette Valley NORML (Eugene chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws), 1863 Pioneer Pkwy E #624, Springfield,  OR 97477 *  www.willamettevalleyNORML.org

 

Portland: Oregon NORML usually gathers in Pioneer Courthouse Square to march at High Noon through downtown Portland, accompanied by a police escort.  To volunteer or for questions about the march and rally, please call the Oregon NORML message line at  503-239-6110 or visit http://www.ornorml.org.  

 

Medford: For info, visit www.so-norml.org or call 541-779-1448.

 

Visit:  http://mercycenters.org/events/MMM.html   for more on local action and updated full list.

 

* April, 2015 * The 9th National Clinical Conference On Cannabis Therapeutics, Jointly sponsored by Patients Out of Time and the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, location Tallahassee, FLA.  NOTE! To NURSEs and other Medical Professionals - Continuing Medical Education credits available!  CMEs from USCF; also CEUs for RNs, LVNs, MFTs and Reg.P./pharm.D.  Last NCCCT was in Portland, more information on the conference agenda, faculty, and how to obtain Continuing Education credits is available at:   http://www.medicalcannabis.com/clinical-conferences/2014-portland-or/  * For more on Conferences thru Patients Out of Time visit >> http://www.medicalcannabis.com/Clinical-Conferences/

 

* May 29, 30 and 31-ish, 2015 * Aspen Legal Seminar in Aspen, CO.  NORML's spring three-day legal seminar at The Gant in Aspen, CO will be held on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. This annual Aspen Legal Seminar weekend has become a favorite for many of the NORML Legal Committee (NLC) attorneys and Active NORML people, whether chapter organizers or individual activists.  There will be CLE credit for this program from all states that require continuing legal education credits for their attorneys.  NORML will once again be holding a number of social events in addition to the legal seminar, including an opening reception on Thursday evening at the Gant; a benefit dinner on Friday evening at the lovely home of Gerry and Chris Goldstein; and a cookout with live music on Saturday afternoon at Owl Farm, the legendary home of the late Hunter S. Thompson. Non-lawyers affiliated with NORML are also welcome to register and attend the Aspen Legal Seminar, as they have plenty of space (unlike Key West). Plan now to join them in Aspen in late May to see what freedom feels like in the first American state to fully legalize marijuana.  NORML has reserved a limited number of reduced-rate rooms at the Gant for seminar attendees. Visit - http://norml.org/about/aspen-legal-seminar

 

* (Third week-end in) July 18-19-20-ish, 2015 * Fri - Sun * The Emerald Empire Hempfest will be, as usual, on the third week-end in July (the w/e after the Oregon Country Fair)  It happens every year, generally on Friday: High Noon - 10:00p, Saturday: 10 AM - 10:00p, Sunday: 10 AM - 8 PM  in Eugene at Maurie Jacobs Park, Eugene, OR, 97402 (navigational devices use the address 130 Fir Lane –or- 400 N Polk St), across from the Valley River shopping center at the end of the footbridge over the Willamette River. As always FREE TO THE PUBLIC / ALL AGES WELCOME in order to educate the general public about the plant Cannabis (HEMP).  For more CONTACT: Dan Koozer at 541-517-0957 * FAX: 888-420-1755 * or Email Address emeraldempirehempfest@hotmail.com * Website URL www.EmeraldEmpireHempfest.com

 

 

* August 2 – 3-ish, 2015  *  Sat. & Sun.,  10am-ish  *  The MERCiful Ultimate Louisiana Party (MULP), a Fundraising Event featuring Henry Turner Jr (HTJR) and Ultimate Louisiana Party with Catfish, Red Beans, Rice and more * Music, Food, Activism, plus at Bear Creek Saloon, 40598 Cole School Rd, Scio, Oregon, 97374  * Events begins High Noon, HTJr goes on at 3pm, Party til we’re pooped.  $5 donation will be begged for early and probably often, so consider yourselves warned.  For details see - http://mercycenters.org/events/MULP.html - For more on MERCY, call: 503.363-4588 * for more on Scio's Bear Creek Saloon (BCS), to Discover Events, Shows > more Scio Venues > visit Zvents - www.zvents.com/scio_or/venues/show/9557225-bear-creek-saloon * 

 

*  29th - 31st-ish of August, 2015 *  CannaTrade,  the international Hemp trade fair at Stadthalle Dietikon, in ZÜRICH, Switzerland * Stands: There are only a few stands available, interested firms better look sharp at registration www.cannatrade.ch, Tickets: Fair tickets are available from now on: www.starticket.ch, Programme & News: We currently inform on www.cannatrade.ch, www.facebook.com/cannatrade and send newsletters to hempsters around the world.  * Contact:  CannaTrade.ch AG  *  Monbijoustrasse 17, CH-3011 Bern, Switzerland  *  Tel. +41 / 31 / 398 0235,  Fax +41 / 31 / 398 0236,  eMail info@cannatrade.ch   *  visit - http://cannatrade.ch/   * CannaTrade Facebook Community: - Join now CannaTrade-Facebook-Community! 

 

 


 

This Calendar of Events is a Public Service provided by MERCY - the Medical Cannabis Resource Center - and is maintained by their volunteer staff.  To inquire about -or- add or maintain an event -or- idea, contact them by phone:  503.363-4588,  writing to:  1745 Capital St NE, Salem, OR  97301  -or- by visiting:  www.MercyCenters.org


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