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Oregon keeps data on marijuana users private

Oregon state lawmakers who fear heightened marijuana enforcement by federal agents overwhelmingly approved in May a proposal to protect cannabis-buying personal info from being divulged by dispensaries – data gleaned from driver’s licenses, passports or other form of ID customers present at the door to prove they’re at least 21 as required by law. The statues bring Oregon in line with similar laws already in place in Alaska and Colorado and self-imposed industry standards in Washington state.