New amendment would allow nonsmoking cannabis cafes in Oregon

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PORTLAND — Jeremy Robbins broke his neck in a bicycle accident 20 years ago. He’s in a wheelchair and has been prescribed cannabis for chronic pain and spasms. The trouble is, he lives in public housing, which means he’s not allowed to smoke his medicine at home. “I just don’t understand how come there isn’t a space provided where me and a lot of other folks like me can go, and we can imbibe in this medicine and also have a community where we can support each other,” Robbins said.

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