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Oregon Court of Appeals Denies Oregon Liquor Control Commission’s Request to Reactivate the Ban on Cannabis Vapes

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FROM THE ARTICLE

The lawyers representing Dyme argue the state's decision to implement a ban on vaping products is not grounded in any scientific evidence.

Kevin Jacoby, one of Dyme's attorneys with the Green Light Law Group, tells WW the court's denial of OLCC's request is a relief for cannabis retailers.

"Practically speaking, this means that the stay will remain in effect for at least six months," Jacoby says. "This will allow affected businesses time to sell through their inventory and transition their product lines away from non-cannabis terpenes, if they wish to do so."

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