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Laws and Rules

The Rulemaking Process


The process of developing or modifying regulations is called rulemaking. Rulemaking by state agencies is governed by the Administrative Procedures Act (ORS Chapter 183) and the Attorney General's administrative rules (OAR 137-001-0007 through OAR 137-001-0100).


Rulemaking Process Fact Sheet (PDF)

 
 
 
 
 
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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 These regulations are proposed by OLCC and adopted, repealed and amended by the Liquor Control Commission. 
 
OLCC Oregon Administrative Rules - Chapter 845

Recreational Marijuana - Oregon Administrative Rules - Chapter 845 - Division 25



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Oregon Revised Statutes

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Rule Actions by Commission Meeting

 

Date
Rule Actions 
​September 19, 2019 Commission Action on Rules
​August 15, 2019 Commission Action on Rules
​July 18, 2019 ​No Rules on Agenda
​June 20, 2019 Commission Action on Rules
​February 21, 2019 Commission Action on Rules
​January 17, 2019 Commission Action on Rules
​November 30, 2018 Commission Action on Rules
​October 26, 2018 Commission Action on Rules
​September 21, 2018 Commission Action on Rules
​August 23, 2018 Commission Action on Rules
​July 26, 2018 Commission Action on Rules
​June 14, 2018 Commission Action on Rules
​May 17, 2018 Commission Action on Rules
​April 19, 2018 Commission Action on Rules
​March 22, 2018 Commission Action on Rules
​February 22, 2018 Commission Action on Rules
​January 26, 2018 Commission Action on Rules

 


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Recreational Marijuana Laws and Rules

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Final Orders and Stipulated Settlements

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For more information


For questions regarding the rulemaking process, please contact:

 

Emily Febles
Administrative Policy & Process
503-872-5250

Emily.Febles@oregon.gov

 



 

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