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|Friday, June 18, 2010|
The Oregon Board of Pharmacy voted to officially change marijuana's designation from a schedule I to a schedule II drug, meaning that it now is officially recognized as having medicinal value.
Oregon is the first state to designate marijuana any lower than schedule I, though the change is largely symbolic.
Read more at KVAL.
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