OLCC Adopts Temporary Rules For Retail Marijuana Sales

OREGON:  The Oregon Liquor Control Commission voted to accept temporary rules that will govern Oregon’s retail marijuana system once it’s fully operational next year.

The rules would limit the size of growing operations and prohibit medical and recreational stores under one roof. The on-site use of marijuana would be prohibited, and delivery of pot would face stiff restrictions.

The rules will be in effect from Jan. 1 to June 28, 2016.