Oregon

Medical marijuana was introduced into Oregon through Oregon’s Medical Marijuana Act (OMMA) in 1998.

Medical marijuana was introduced into Oregon through Oregon’s Medical Marijuana Act (OMMA) in 1998. OMMA has since been revised to regulate dispensaries, though production and cultivation facilities remain mostly unregulated. The state is currently accepting applications for licensed dispensaries. In November 2014, through Measure 91, Oregonians voted to legalize marijuana for adults 21 and older, and to regulate and tax marijuana like alcohol. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission will oversee the implementation of Measure 91 and will license and regulate marijuana businesses throughout the state.

As Oregon’s marijuana laws and regulations continue to evolve, the Canna Law Group will offer business owners throughout the state the information and insight they need to plan for a successful future. Contact us today.

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The Canna Law Group helps Oregon’s marijuana businesses strengthen and protect their operations through proactive, state-specific legal planning. Beyond ensuring compliance with state and local regulations, we also offer a full range of services designed to fit our clients’ business needs.

Contact Vincent Sliwoski or Robert McVay to learn more about how Canna Law can help your Oregon business succeed.