OREGON MARIJUANA LAWS - CANNABIS & HEMP LAWS

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Oregon’s Cannabis and Hemp Laws

Medical

Yes (as of 1998)

Legal Personal Possession Weight

  • Usable Cannabis: 24-ounces
  • Edibles: 16-ounces
  • Liquid concentrate: 72-ounces
  • Concentrate: 16-ounces
  • Extract: 5-grams

Source

https://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/DISEASESCONDITIONS/CHRONICDISEASE/MEDICALMARIJUANAPROGRAM/Pages/top20.aspx#patientlimits

Recreational

Yes (as of 2014)

Legal Personal Possession Weight

  • Dried cannabis flower: Up to 1-ounce
  • Edibles: 16-ounces of solid concentrate
  • Liquid Concentrate: 72-ounces of liquid concentrate
  • Extract: up to 1-ounce

Source:

https://norml.org/laws/item/oregon-penalties-2

Grow Your Own

Yes. You may grow your own cannabis but it must be registered at your address with Oregon’s Health Authority.

Plant Count

4 mature cannabis plants (recreational)

6 mature cannabis plants (medical; OMMP)

Source

https://norml.org/laws/item/oregon-penalties-2

https://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/DISEASESCONDITIONS/CHRONICDISEASE/MEDICALMARIJUANAPROGRAM/Pages/top20.aspx#patientlimits

Is Caregiving Allowed

Plant Count

6 mature cannabis plants or 4 immature cannabis plants or 18 cannabis seedlings.

Weight

  • Dried cannabis flower: Up to 8-ounces per day or 32-ounces per month
  • Edibles: 16-ounces of solid concentrate
  • Liquid Concentrate: 72-ounces of liquid concentrate
  • Extract: up to 1-ounce

License Cost

The cost of an Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) license is $200. However, the fees are reduced if you have a valid SNAP, OHP, SSI, or veteran card.

A separate $200 applies for all OMMP holders that wish to register a grow site.

Which Organization Manages Licenses?

Oregon Health Authority

Apply for an OMMP license here: https://ommpsystem.oregon.gov/

Source:

https://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/DISEASESCONDITIONS/CHRONICDISEASE/MEDICALMARIJUANAPROGRAM/Pages/index.aspx

Vertical or Horizontal Cannabis License for Business

Which Organization Manages Licenses? (Depart of Agriculture, Health, Revenue, ETC)

Oregon Liquor Control Commission and the Oregon Health Authority.

Total Cannabis License Cost

Click here to apply for a cannabis license in Oregon:

https://apps.oregon.gov/OLCC/Marijuana/elicense/

Click here to apply for a Worker’s Permit: https://www.oregon.gov/olcc/marijuana/Pages/mjworkerpermit.aspx

Depending on the type of cannabis license, the range is between $1,000 and $5,000.

Dispensary License Cost (Link to Application)

The total cost for a Dispensary License (Retailer License) is $4,750.

Click here to apply for a cannabis Dispensary License:

https://apps.oregon.gov/OLCC/Marijuana/elicense/

Cultivation License Cost

Click here to apply for a cannabis Cultivation (Producer) License:

https://apps.oregon.gov/OLCC/Marijuana/elicense/

The cost for a Cultivation License is between $1,000 and $6,000.

Transportation License Cost

You must apply for a Worker’s Permit if transporting cannabis for a recreational cannabis business. Apply here: https://www.oregon.gov/olcc/marijuana/Pages/mjworkerpermit.aspx

For a business that specializes in the transportation of cannabis, you need to apply for a cannabis license with OLCC. Apply here: https://apps.oregon.gov/OLCC/Marijuana/elicense/

Other licenses may be required, such as clearance from the MCOA, as well as a commercial driver’s license.

Disposal License Cost

For the proper Disposal License, you will need to apply at https://apps.oregon.gov/OLCC/Marijuana/elicense/

CBD or Hemp License/Program (Yes or No)

Yes

Which Organization Manage Licenses?

Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA)

Cultivation License (Link to Application)

Apply here for a hemp Cultivation License:

https://www.oregon.gov/ODA/shared/Documents/Publications/Hemp/GrowerGrowSiteRegistrationApplication.pdf

Apply here for a hemp Handler License:

https://www.oregon.gov/ODA/shared/Documents/Publications/Hemp/HempHandlerRegistration.pdf

Retail License

Under current guidelines, hemp products that meet requirements (less than 0.3% THC) are not governed by a license.

Food License

There are currently no licenses required to produce hemp-infused food.

FAQs

Where Can You Legally Consume Cannabis in Oregon?

You are allowed to consume cannabis in the privacy of a residence. However, you must not openly consume cannabis on your property, but instead, consume cannabis discreetly.

Driving Under the Influence

Driving under the influence of cannabis or medical marijuana is illegal in Oregon. It’s considered a felony if you are caught driving under the influence of marijuana (DUI).

Can You Transport Marijuana in Oregon

Yes. If you are a business or work for a cannabis business, you must apply for a Worker’s Permit or hold a license from the OLCC.

If you are an OMMP license holder, you may transport up to 24-ounces of usable cannabis. As a recreational cannabis user, you may carry up to 1-ounce.

Can You Export Marijuana from Oregon

You may export cannabis to another legal state that borders Oregon, such as California. It’s illegal to import marijuana from Oregon if the product must cross the state line of a state that’s not recreationally legal.

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