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COVID-19 Business Continuity Information - Marijuana

Statewide Freeze Period

From November 18 to December 2, Oregon will be in a two-week statewide freeze period to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

 


Marijuana Worker Permits
  • Due to modifications to operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic we are experiencing worker permit application processing delays. To support and accommodate the cannabis industry, effective March 18, 2020, through January 2, 2021, employees may work for an OLCC recreational marijuana licensed business if they meet one of the following conditions:
  • Please note: Once an application has been approved, the applicant will be notified that the permit application is in Ready for Pay status and will have 30 days to pay the permit fee per OAR 845-025-5520 (4). If payment is not received the application shall be considered incomplete and inactivated. Once inactivated, the worker permit application is not eligible to be used as meeting the above condition to work for an OLCC recreational marijuana licensed business. The applicant will need to reapply.
  • Should additional information to process a worker permit application be needed in order to complete the application, the applicant will have 30 days from the date of OLCC's request to provide additional information and/or complete any outstanding action request corrections. Failure to complete the corrections or provide the requested additional information within 30 days from the request shall result in the application being considered incomplete and will be inactivated. Once inactivated, the worker permit application is not eligible to be used as meeting the above condition to work for an OLCC recreational marijuana licensed business. The applicant will need to reapply.


OAR 845-025-1060 (8)(e) - Requiring specified fee for change to approved cannabis packaging or labeling (Rule suspension effective April 6, 2020)

OAR 845-025-1060(8)(f) - Requiring specified fee for transfer of application for packaging or labeling of cannabis product (Rule suspension effective April 6, 2020)

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