Medical and Recreational
Overview of Medical Cannabis in Oregon
Ballot Measure 67 for possession and use was passed as a ballot initiative in 1998, House Bill 3460 for authority to license and regulate businesses passed as a legislative bill in 2013, and House Bill 3400 for a single framework for both medical and recreational, as well as creating requirements for labeling packaging, and testing passed as a legislative bill in 2015. Patients are required to obtain a statement from their primary doctor. Home Cultivation is allowed.
24 oz flower, 16 oz medical cannabinoid in solid form, 72 oz in liquid form, 16 oz of concentrate, 5 grams extract, 4 immature plants and 50 seeds. These can all be possessed by either the patient or their caregiver.
Overview of Recreational Cannabis in Oregon
Measure 91 for the authority to license and regulate businesses was passed as a ballot initiative in 2014, and House Bill 3400 for a single framework for both medical and recreational, as well as creating requirements for labeling, packaging, and testing passed as a legislative bill in 2015. Home Cultivation is allowed.
1 oz flower in public and 8 oz total, 16 oz cannabinoid in solid form, 72 oz in liquid form, 16 oz of concentrate, 5 grams extract or concentrate, 4 immature plants and 10 seeds.
Overview of Hemp in Oregon
Industrial Hemp was made legal in 2016. House Bill 2371 for the testing of Hemp prepared for human consumption was passed as a legislative bill in Oregon in 2017.
Hemp was then federally legalized in the 2018 Farm Bill, signed December 20, 2018.
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