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FILE – In this Sept. 30, 2016, file photo, a marijuana harvester examines buds going through a trimming machine near Corvallis, Ore. Three years after Oregon lawmakers created the state’s new legal marijuana program, marijuana prices in the state are in free fall and the craft cannabis farmers who put Oregon on the map decades before legalization are losing their businesses to emerging chains and out-of-state investors. less FILE – In this Sept. 30, 2016, file photo, a marijuana harvester examines buds going through a trimming machine near Corvallis, Ore. Three years after Oregon lawmakers created the state’s new legal marijuana … more Photo: Andrew Selsky, AP

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In this Tuesday, May 29, 2018 photo, Adam Smith, left, founder and executive director, Oregon Craft Cannabis Alliance, is shown a variety of edible marijuana products by Tree PDX marijuana shop owner Brooke Smith at her shop in Portland, Ore. The newly formed Oregon Craft Cannabis Alliance will launch an ad campaign this fall to educate Oregonians about why they should pay more for “craft cannabis” that’s locally grown. Smith is a member of the Alliance. less In this Tuesday, May 29, 2018 photo, Adam Smith, left, founder and executive director, Oregon Craft Cannabis Alliance, is shown a variety of edible marijuana products by Tree PDX marijuana shop owner Brooke … more Photo: Don Ryan, AP

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In this Tuesday, May 29, 2018 photo, Adam Smith, left, founder and executive director, Oregon Craft Cannabis Alliance, is shown a marijuana variety called Cherry Skunk by Tree PDX marijuana shop owner

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