Oregon’s Medical Marijuana Growers Prepare for Tracking

OHA & OLCC Holding Information Sessions across the State OREGON:  This summer approximately 2,000 medical marijuana growers will need to start using Oregon’s Cannabis Tracking System (CTS) to ensure the marijuana they grow for patients is tracked and reported.  This week the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) launched a series Read the full article…

Oregon’s Largest Medical Marijuana Grow Site Serves Only California Patients

OREGON:  Oregon’s biggest medical marijuana grow site doesn’t even serve Oregonians. The grow site, located in the Josephine County community of Selma, produces medical marijuana for 104 Oregon medical marijuana patients – all of them in California. Two patients live in northern California and the rest live in and around Orange County, Calif., according to The Read the full article…

Oregon House Backs medical Marijuana Amendment

OREGON:  The U.S. House narrowly passed a bill early Friday morning that would block the federal government from interfering with state medical marijuana laws — but it wasn’t a close vote when it came to the Oregon congressional delegation. All five Oregon representatives voted for the amendment, including the lone Republican in the delegation, Greg Walden.  He Read the full article…

Oregon House Delays Vote On Medical Marijuana Dispensary Bill

OREGON:  The Oregon House delayed a vote on a bill that would grant local governments more control over medical marijuana dispensaries Monday. Controversy over the timing of a vote on the bill led to an early end to the House floor session Friday. The bill has support in the House to pass, but it faces Read the full article…

Medical Marijuana In Oregon: Committee Meets Monday To Review Draft Dispensary rules

OREGON: The committee charged with drafting rules for Oregon’s medical marijuana retail industry will meet Monday to discuss fees and whether local governments can restrict or ban dispensaries in their communities.  The meeting, which is open to the public, begins at 9 a.m. in Hearing Room F of the Oregon State Capitol. The public may Read the full article…

What the New Marijuana Dispensary Law Means for Oregon

OREGON:  Previously, patients have been required to grow the plants themselves or designate an individual to grow on their behalf. Now, facilities will be allowed to serve the needs of medical marijuana license holders.