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  • Retail Expansion Phase 3: Central and Northeastern Oregon


    Phase 3 of Open Recruitment runs June 1, 2017 through July 31, 2017 for the following counties: Baker, Crook, Deschutes, Gilliam, Grant, Hood River, Jefferson, Morrow, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, and Wheeler.

    The process of open recruitment is a new tool designed to foster retail liquor proposals. OLCC is looking for creative, innovative proposals that could include a variety of different models such as adding spirits to an existing retail store, a traditional stand-alone liquor store, or a boutique store.

    More on Open Recruitment

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  • OLCC Accepting Recreational Marijuana License Applications
    OLCC is now accepting applications for Recreational Marijuana Licenses. Prospective applicants are encouraged to use reference materials and tools available on this website to ensure their application is accurately submitted.

    Apply online here:
    https://apps.oregon.gov/OLCC/Marijuana/elicense
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Recreational Marijuana in Oregon
Limited amounts of recreational marijuana can now be purchased through Oregon medical marijuana dispensaries by adults 21 and older.
Recreational Marijuana Rules (Division 25)
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Recreational Marijuana Sales
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