Tag: olcc

OLCC Will Inspect Outdoor Grows

Oregon regulators’ plan to observe and inspect the coming outdoor harvest will inconvenience many cannabis producers, but some industry watchers believe it shouldn’t be a significant extra financial burden. Here are the basic facts involved in the issue: The federal government – in particular,  the U.S. attorney for Oregon – is scrutinizing Oregon’s MJ industry […]

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OLCC Suspends New Recreational Marijuana Licenses

In a bureaucratic effort to control regulation and put a stop to black market weed created by “overproduction”, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission(OLCC) announced Wednesday it will temporarily pause approval of new recreational marijuana production applications. The OLCC licensing staff will shift focus to only process recreational marijuana license renewals and applications for recreational marijuana […]

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New Regulations For Oregon Hemp Come Down

As of January 5, The Oregon Liquor Control Commission(OLCC) is enacting new rules for hemp regulation. Hemp was previously regulated by The Department of Agriculture. The new law left hemp in a state of limbo from the end of 2017 until today, when the new rules were officially announced. The new state law requires hemp […]

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Arcane Revelry’s Night Market

Private Event Shows Successful Social Use Though cannabis events aren’t free to open their doors to the public (Oregon is still struggling to define legal social consumption) private parties are filling the void. Last weekend’s dinner hosted by event planner Arcane Revelry, showed us the potential of like minded folks responsibly sharing cannabis and conversation. […]

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SB 307 Public Consumption Call To Action

SB 307 allowing for public consumption is up for vote and we need everyone to lend their hand to make sure this gets through. SB 307 provides for regulation by Oregon Liquor Control Commission of consumption and sale of marijuana items at temporary events, including licensure of premises on which temporary events are held. Please […]

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Recreational Marijuana Shops Face Closure on January 1st

When recreational marijuana sales were first allowed in Portland, medical dispensaries were initially grandfathered in. The shops were given fifteen months to apply for and receive an Oregon State Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) recreational sales license. That period expires today. As a result many recreational marijuana shops face closure today until they are able to […]

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Marijuana: The Big Idea

Last night, hundreds of curious Oregonians came together at Revolution Hall for a forum on the future of cannabis and the cannabis industry. Part of the “Big Idea” series sponsored by The Oregonian, the panel comprised Congressman Earl Blumenauer; Dave Kopilak, an attorney with Emerge Law Group; Rob Patridge, chairman of the Oregon Liquor Control […]

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