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  • Ban on flavored THC vaping products still in effect

    The Oregon Court of Appeals has issued a temporary stay which suspends the enforcement of the Oregon Health Authority's temporary ban on flavored nicotine vaping products.

    The court's directive does NOT affect the temporary ban on the sale or manufacture of flavored THC vaping products approved by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. The OLCC ban took effect on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 and will remain in place for 180 days. The OLCC flavored THC vaping product ban applies to OLCC licensed marijuana processors and retailers.

    Questions about the OLCC temporary ban can be sent to: marijuana@oregon.gov

     

     
     
     
     
     



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Spirited Oregon Magazine

Welcome to the 2019 Fall/Winter issue of Spirited Oregon magazine! This issue features Oregon brandy, berry cocktails, holiday entertaining tips and recipes, holiday gift ideas, and new products on Oregon liquor store shelves. This free publication is also available in all Oregon liquor stores. 

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Acceptable ID

Due to recent changes in statute, the OLCC has updated signage for Acceptable ID when purchasing marijuana and/or liquor.

Acceptable ID for Alcohol

Acceptable ID for Marijuana 



Guide to Delivering Alcohol to Consumers in Oregon
Delivery of alcohol to consumers in Oregon is regulated by the OLCC. This guide is intended to provide information to parties interested in participating in the delivery of alcohol to Oregon consumers (whether as the sender, delivery agent, or the receiver). The guide also contains new guidance for parties interested in knowing more about e-commerce alcohol order and delivery facilitation services.
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