Oregon Prepares To Adopt Retail Marijuana Rules

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The OLCC is expected to approve more than 70 pages of rules that will govern Oregon’s retail marijuana system once it’s fully operational next year. While marijuana stores began selling to adults 21 and older earlier this month, they’re operating under temporary authority from the medical marijuana program.

By 2017, companies producing or selling marijuana to the general population will have to abide by the OLCC’s regulations for health, safety and security. The adoption of rules is a critical step in creating the legal structure for retail marijuana. They must be in place for the state to begin accepting applications in January for licenses to operate marijuana businesses.

To read more, visit http://www.komonews.com/news/local/Oregon-prepares-to-adopt-rules-for-retail-marijuana-336081141.html

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