Tag: Oregon Liquor Commission

Oregon Garners $15 Million in Cannabis Taxes in First Five Months of 2016

Legal cannabis sales in Oregon have netted the state roughly $15 million in taxes in the first five months of the year (from January 1st to May 30th). This is according to data released by the Oregon Department of Revenue. Although the number pales in comparison to the $50 million in taxes Colorado has gained …

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Oregon Governor Signs Bill Allowing Recreational Cannabis Sales to Begin October 1st

As expected, Oregon Governor Kate Brown has signed Senate Bill 460 into law, allowing recreational cannabis sales to begin on October 1st. The new law allows currently operating medical cannabis dispensaries to begin selling cannabis – including seeds and immature plants – to anyone 21 and older starting October 1st. Cannabis sales won’t be taxed. …

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One Week from Today Cannabis Will be Legal in Oregon

One week from today, on July 1st, recreational cannabis will become legal for those 21 and older in Oregon, thanks to the voter-approved initiative Measure 91. Beginning midnight on July 1st, those 21 and older will be allowed to possess up to eight ounces of cannabis at a private residence, or up to an ounce …

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In 5 Weeks, the Most Progressive Cannabis Possession Law in the World Will take Effect

In just five weeks, on Wednesday, July 1st, the possession and personal cultivation of cannabis will become legal in Oregon. The new law, which allows everyone 21 and older to possess up to half a pound of cannabis at a private residence (an ounce in public), will be the most progressive in the world in …

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Oregon: Cannabis Possession and Cultivation Becomes Legal on July 1st

In a little over 50 days, on July 1st, the possession and personal cultivation of cannabis will officially become legal for those 21 and older in the State of Oregon. Specifically, those 21 and older, beginning July 1st, will be legally authorized to possess up to eight ounces of cannabis (half a pound), and cultivate …

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