Proposed Marijuana Rules For Oregon Set Licensing Fees, Grower Limits

OREGON: Marijuana growers producing for the recreational market would be required to pay $3,750 or $5,750 a year to maintain a state license under draft rules issued Friday.

Others, such as marijuana wholesalers, processors and retailers, would pay $4,750 annually for a state license.

The fees, which marijuana industry representatives say are excessive, are spelled out in the latest draft of temporary rules issued Friday by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission.

Revenue generated from annual fees will, in turn, fund Oregon’s oversight of the recreational marijuana industry.