Oregon Adopts Regulations for Rec Industry
Oregon entrepreneurs now have a roadmap for pursuing business opportunities in the state’s recreational cannabis industry.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC), which has been working on recreational regulations for nearly a year, formally adopted 78 pages of temporary rules governing the licensing and operations of cannabis businesses.
The rules cover everything from seed-to-sale tracking requirements and production limits for growers to edibles packaging and regulations on cannabis delivery.
A final version of the rules likely won’t be ready until June because the legislature still has some tweaking to do, said Rob Patridge, chair of the OLCC.
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