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Oregon Medical Marijuana Dispensaries


Registered medical marijuana dispensaries may sell limited amounts of recreational marijuana to adults age 21 and older.

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  • Proposed rules have been posted for review and public comment through June 3, 2016.
  • New temporary rules (pdf) are effective April 13, 2016 regarding clarification for child-resistant safety packaging for medical marijuana products, extracts and concentrates; and wavier of the $100 replacement card fee until July 1, 2016 if the reason for the replacement card is that the patient is designating a new PRMG or new grow site address.
  • House Bill 4014, Senate Bill 1511 and Senate Bill 1598 were passed in the 2016 legislative session and make changes to the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act. OMMP will need to adopt temporary rules before any of the legislative changes can be implemented. Informational Bulletin 2016-07 provides a summary of the new bills.

    Medical marijuana dispensaries participating in limited retail sales MAY NOT begin selling single-serving, low-dose cannabinoid edibles, and prefilled receptacles of cannabinoid extract to adult-use retail consumers until OHA has adopted temporary rules. [SB 1511, section 21(4)]

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Local Government Opt-Out

  • The Local Government Option page explains the process for cities or counties to opt-out of allowing medial marijuana dispensaries or processing sites, as allowed under HB 3400.