Why Oregon Lawmakers Are Shielding Cannabis Buyers' Data

Law360, New York (April 20, 2017, 4:30 PM EDT) -- Marijuana is a controversial topic in the United States. Whether used medically or recreationally, the drug is still considered illegal under federal law. However, there are a few states that allow users to purchase and use cannabis legally — including Oregon.

In states like Oregon, one only need to visit a cannabis dispensary to purchase marijuana. Because these dispensaries can make it just as easy to buy marijuana as to buy alcohol, these shops are either highly criticized or highly praised, depending on who's talking. But, just as at a liquor store, customers are required to show identification to prove they are...

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