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  • OLCC initiates Bottle Bill rulemaking to look at the definition of “milk”

    At a special meeting on January 30, 2020 the Oregon Liquor Control Commission undertook the initial step to rescind previous rulemaking that established a definition of “milk” for determining whether or not specific categories of beverage containers are exempt from collection and redemption under the Oregon Bottle Bill.

    OLCC will work with Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative, grocers both large and small, and manufacturers of milk and milk-beverage products that are or might be exempt from bottle bill redemption, to provide for and ensure orderly compliance within the marketplace.

    Bottle Bill Informational Bulletin

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Recreational Marijuana in Oregon
Everything you need to know about recreational marijuana laws and licensing in Oregon.www.marijuana.oregon.gov

 - Recreational Marijuana Administrative Rules (Chapter 845 - Division 25)

 - Oregon Revised Statutes (475B - Cannabis Regulations)

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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.


 



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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