Portland's Cannabis Cafe Offers Medical Marijuana, Food, No Liquor

HopeTracker| Preparing to test the Obama administration’s revised position on revised medical marijuana use, the Cannabis Cafe opened in Portland, Oregon as the first place for certified medical marijuana users a place to obtain the drug and smoke it in public view.

NORML members pay $25 per month to use the 100-person capacity cafe. They don’t buy marijuana, but get it free over the counter from “budtenders”. Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., the Cannabis Cafe serves food but has no liquor license. It’s housed in a  two-story building which was a speakeasy and adult erotic club called Rumpspankers. via Reuters.

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