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By Ben Adlin

Recreational cannabis is legal in Oregon, but not everyone’s in on the fun. Already at least 68 cities and 18 counties across the state have banned retail stores or other types of cannabis businesses, according to news reports and a list published this week by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission.

Some areas have enacted temporary bans but will put the issue before voters in the general election. We’ve marked those municipalities with asterisks(*). If you live in one those locations, or know someone who does, be sure to vote!

No matter where you are in the state, adults 21 and over are free to possess and consume cannabis in private, and it’s still legal to grow your own. The state has a website with more detailed information.

In addition to retail shops, municipalities below have banned producers, processors and wholesale unless otherwise noted.



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