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  • OHA, OLCC file rules banning flavored vaping sales, including online

    Rules put into effect Governor’s executive order aimed at reducing youth use

    The Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Liquor Control Commission filed temporary rules that put into effect Gov. Kate Brown’s Oct. 4 executive order banning all flavored vaping product sales in the state. The temporary rules, which will remain in effect for six months starting Oct. 15, prohibit the sale of all flavored vaping products—including online sales—to consumers in Oregon. The ban covers all tobacco and cannabis (marijuana and hemp) vaping products that contain natural or artificial flavors including, but not limited to, chocolate, coffee, cocoa, menthol, mint, wintergreen, vanilla, honey, coconut, licorice, nuts, fruit, any candy, dessert, alcoholic or non‐alcoholic beverage, herb or spice. Tobacco‐flavored tobacco or nicotine products, as well as marijuana‐flavored marijuana or THC products that use only marijuana‐derived flavorings, including terpenes, are not included in the ban.

    OHA, OLCC News Release

    Rules: OAR 845-025-2805; OAR 845-025-5760

     
     
     
     
     



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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.

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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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