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SALEM, Ore. — Governor Kate Brown signed a bill on Tuesday that will allow adults 21 and over to temporarily buy recreational marijuana at established medical pot dispensaries starting on October 1st, nearly a full year sooner than expected.
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The Oregon Senate and House approved an amendment in June that allows the purchase of a quarter ounce of dried weed, seeds and plant starts, but not edibles.
 
 
Sales will be allowed at dispensaries until the state begins licensing retail licenses stores in about a year.
 
The law approved by voters last November allowing personal use and possession took affect on July 1st, but there was no place to legally buy it.
 
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