OREGON -- Oregon's government is hoping the federal government will legalize the interstate transfer of cannabis.
A senate committee approved a bill that would give the governor power to enter into agreements with other states.
Lawmakers in favor of the bill say it would give Oregon cannabis businesses an advantage if the federal government opens the path. Those who voted against it think the state should wait until the federal government takes action.
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