Oregon Liquor Control Commission Seeks Input On Recreational Marijuana Regulations

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OREGON: The Oregon Liquor Control Commission will hold several Rules Advisory Committees (RACs) beginning in late summer and continuing into this fall. The purpose of an advisory committee is to increase the public’s involvement in the drafting and development of administrative rules. These meetings will focus on reviewing legislative changes made during the 2019 session Read the full article…

OLCC Begins Listening Tour With Marijuana Industry

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Bend Session Set for Tuesday July 9th OREGON: The Oregon Liquor Control Commission launches its first in a series of listening sessions with the marijuana industry this Tuesday, July 9, 2019 in Bend. The listening session will be held at the Riverhouse Convention Center from 6 PM to 9 PM. The listening sessions provide an informal setting for Commissioners to learn about Read the full article…

OLCC Seeks Applicants For Metrc User Group To Provide Input On Cannabis Tracking System

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OLCC Seeks Applicants for Metrc User Group OREGON: The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is seeking licensees, medical registrants tracked in the Cannabis Tracking System, and employees of licensees or registrants for vacant seats on its Metrc User Group. What is the Metrc User Group? The purpose of this group is to identify, prioritize, and vote Read the full article…

OLCC Commission Moves to Revoke Marijuana Wholesaler License; Temporarily Reduces Daily Purchase Limits for OMMP Cardholders

Commission Approves Other Marijuana Licensees Stipulated Settlements

Commission Approves Other Marijuana Licensees Stipulated Settlements OREGON. – The Oregon Liquor Control Commission today rejected a staff recommended stipulated settlement for a licensed marijuana wholesaler charged with ten violations of OLCC marijuana rules. The Commission decided the licensee’s violations were bad enough that a license suspension or fine would not result in the licensee Read the full article…