Warm Springs Tribes Will Vote Next Month On Commercial Marijuana Operation
One of Oregon's native tribes will vote next month on whether to start growing and selling marijuana.
WW reported in March that the Warm Springs tribes, who live on land about 90 miles southeast of Portland, were exploring commercial marijuana.
Former Gov. Ted Kulongoski, who serves on the Warm Springs tribes' economic development board, and tribal board member Pi-Ta Pitt launched an evaluation of whether a commercial growing operation is something the tribes should try.