Rules and Statutes
CURRENT Administrative Rules
Laboratory Testing and Grandfathered Grow Sites
(Temporary Rules, Effective January 1 - February 29, 2016)
Labeling, Concentration Limits and Testing
(Temporary Rules, Effective January 1 - June 28, 2016)
Please note: OHA has filed additional temporary rule amendments to OAR
333-007-0010 and 333-007-0200, effective February 8, 2016. These amendments extend the
effective date of the marijuana labeling, product serving size and
concentration limits requirements from April 1, 2016 to June 1, 2016. The rule text above includes these latest amendments. For more
information, please read this Statement
of Need and Justification for Temporary Rules (pdf).
Limited Marijuana Retail Sales and Residency
(Temporary Rules, Effective September 22, 2015 - March 19, 2016)
- OAR 333-008: Medical Marijuana
Please note: This links to the Secretary of State website and includes rules filed through the date listed at the top of their page. Recent rulemaking changes are not yet included in this version.
PROPOSED Permanent Administrative Rules
Medical Marijuana Patients, Growers, Processors and Dispensaries
Limited Marijuana Retail Sales
The public comment period is closed. Final rules will be filed after consideration of all comments.
OHA Testimony to Joint Committee on Marijuana Legalization
Environmental Laboratory Accreditation
Recreational Marijuana (OLCC)
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) is now accepting recreational marijuana license applications.
Recent Legislation Related to Medical Marijuana
- SB 844
2015 session, effective August 12, 2015
Establishes task force on researching the medical and public health properties of cannabis.
- SB 460
2015 session, effective July 27, 2015
Allows medical marijuana dispensaries, beginning October 1, 2015, to sell limited marijuana retail product to adults 21 and older in accordance with certain conditions.
- HB 3400
2015 session, effective June 30, 2015
Makes several changes to the laws governing medical marijuana.
- SB 1531
2014 session, effective March 19, 2014
Specifies that governing bodies of a city or county may adopt ordinances that impose reasonable regulations on operation of medical marijuana facilities.
- HB 3460
2013 session, effective August 14, 2013
Directs OHA to establish a registration system for medical marijuana facilities.
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