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Laws and Rules

Oregon Administrative Rules

These rules are implemented by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. These regulations are proposed by OLCC and adopted, repealed and amended by the Liquor Control Commission.
Oregon Administrative Rules

Oregon Administrative Rules (PDF)*
*Also see Recent Rule Changes 
Penalty Schedule - Exhibit 1 (OAR 845-006-0500(7)) 

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Recent Rule Changes

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Rule Actions by Commission Meeting


Rule Actions 
​January 30, 2015 Commission Action on Rules
​December 18, 2014 ​No Rules on Agenda
​November 21, 2014 ​No Rules on Agenda
​October 23, 2014 ​No Rules on Agenda
​September 10, 2014 ​No Rules on Agenda
​August 21, 2014 Post Commission Meeting Memo
​July 25, 2014 ​No Rules on Agenda
June 25, 2014​ Post Commission Meeting Memo
May 16, 2014 ​ No Rules on Agenda​
April 25, 2014​ Post Commission Meeting Memo
March 21, 2014​ Post Commission Meeting Memo
February 21, 2014​ Post Commission Meeting Memo


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Case Digest and Final Orders

The OLCC issues Final Orders in contested cases involving liquor license and service permit applications and violations of the Liquor Control Act.  Many of these decisions have been summarized in a Case Digest. 

IMPORTANT NOTE: The statutes and administrative rules enforced by OLCC have changed considerably over the years. In many cases, this will not be evident from the Digest because a particular issue has not been litigated, or litigated recently, in an OLCC contested case.  Consequently, the reader is advised to use the Digest as a starting point, not a stopping place, for research into a particular subject.  OLCC has attempted to ensure that all summaries accurately reflect the principle of law for which a cited Final Order stands, but the digest is only a summary of a selection of OLCC cases; it is not the complete body of OLCC precedent. The reader bears the responsibility of reading Final Orders in their entirety to determine the accuracy and context of each summary.

Case Digest

Final Orders

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For more information

For questions regarding the rulemaking process, please contact:


Bryant Haley
Administrative Policy & Process




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