The State of Oregon has long been at the forefront of marijuana reform. Oregon became the first state to decriminalize marijuana In 1973. Although, it did little to end the War on Drugs. They continued to be on the forefront. In 1998, medical marijuana became...

Oregon was one of the first states to legalize recreational marijuana in 2014, and the first state to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes in 1998.  While some barriers to licensing still exist, Oregon has taken steps to establish more user-friendly processes and applications to obtain...

The State of Oregon officially legalized marijuana in 2014 through a ballot initiative known as Measure 91. This allows for the recreational sale of cannabis by licensed dispensaries to those who are 21 years of age or older. Nowadays, Oregon’s Liquor Control Commission regulates the...

The State of Oregon has recently stepped up its enforcement of marijuana production regulations and guidelines. On September 30, 2020, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC), the regulatory body in charge of marijuana production and licensing, suspended the recreational license of a local laboratory. The...

2020 has spawned a number of firsts and unparalleled events. Keeping in step with that trend, the State of Oregon is moving forward with another unprecedented action. In what’s being hailed as a key step in dismantling the war on drugs, Oregon voters approved a...

Entering the marijuana business is a multifaceted endeavor. In addition to developing a business plan and acquiring a license, there are a litany of other aspects that you must consider before you can open for business. While technically cannabis is legal in Oregon, not all...

Since legalizing marijuana in 2014, the State of Oregon has experienced an oversaturation of its legal marijuana market, driving down prices and creating a surplus. Observers have opined that the surplus is fundamentally caused by the initial explosion of the industry upon legalization, and Oregon's...

Residents of Idaho, the only state in the U.S. without a law for medical or therapeutic marijuana, have been flocking to dispensaries along the borders of Oregon and Washington where marijuana is legal, according to a recent report by Oregon Office of Economic Analysis. In...

The agency responsible for licensing marijuana businesses and enforcing relevant laws in the state of Oregon, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC), announced last Thursday it will “pause” the processing and issuance of new marijuana license applications as of June 15, 2018.   I.   Announcement of Temporary...

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