OLCC Notice Of Public Hearing: Sale Of Marijuana Items To Minors

Washington: Felony Marijuana Convictions Fall Nearly 90 Percent

OREGON: The OLCC Rule Amendments increase the penalty for any sale of a marijuana item to a minor. The Commission is charged with regulating the sale of marijuana items. From the inception of the marijuana program, one of the key public safety concerns has been preventing the sale of marijuana items to minors. The Commission also requests Read the full article…

Washington Marijuana Compliance Checks: 4 Of 22 Recreational Marijuana Stores Sell To Minors

Sales to minors are considered the most serious violations because they present a threat to public safety. Businesses cited for Sale to a Minor face a 10-day suspension or $2,500 fine. Businesses who receive three public safety violations within three years face license cancellation.

WASHINGTON: Four Western Washington recreational retail marijuana businesses recently failed compliance checks conducted by the Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB). Officers, working with underage investigative aides, checked 22 businesses for sales of marijuana to minors. The first checks represent an 82 percent no-sales-to-minors compliance rate. The four businesses will be cited for selling marijuana to Read the full article…