Corvallis dispensary gets green light from state



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CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Health Authority says a second Corvallis medical marijuana dispensary has been approved.

The agency says the Agrestic Green Collective will be able to dispense cannabis to Oregon Medical Marijuana Program cardholders once it receives its state registration certificate in the mail.

The Corvallis Gazette-Times (http://is.gd/emWCT3 ) reports the Agrestic was one of 11 dispensaries approved by the state this week, bringing the total number of licensed medicinal cannabis outlets in Oregon to 43.

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