All Oregon Marijuana Laws
Oregon Recreational Marijuana Laws
Under Measure 91, persons 21 years of age and older can purchase marijuana from state-licensed dispensaries.
Measure 91 allows Oregonians to grow limited amounts of marijuana on their property and to possess personal limited amounts of recreational marijuana for personal use beginning July 1, 2015 under Oregon law. The measure also gives OLCC authority to tax, license and regulate recreational marijuana grown, sold, or processed for commercial purposes. The OLCC does not regulate the home grow/personal possession provisions of the law. Nor does it regulate the sale of small amounts of recreational marijuana through medical marijuana dispensaries starting October 1. The OLCC will begin accepting applications for growers, wholesalers, processors and retail outlets on January 4, 2016.
The home grow/personal possession provisions of the measure started on July 1, 2015. Sales of small amounts of recreational marijuana through medical marijuana dispensaries will begin October 1. The OLCC will begin issuing commercial recreational marijuana licenses to growers, wholesalers, processors and retail outlets in 2016.
Oregon Medical Marijuana Law
Oregonians with debilitating medical conditions who may benefit from the medical use of marijuana to be able to discuss freely with their doctors the possible risks and benefits of medical marijuana use and to have the benefit of their doctor’s professional advice.
Learn more at: Oregon Medical Marijuana Program