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OLCC Commission Approves Rules on Revoking Marijuana Worker Permits and Harvest Notification

OLCC Commission Approves Rules on Revoking Marijuana Worker Permits and Harvest Notification

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The Oregon Liquor Control Commission today approved a rule permitting the agency to revoke the Marijuana Worker Permit of any permittee determined to be deliberately selling marijuana to a minor. The action adds to a series of steps taken by the Commission to prevent the sale of marijuana items to minors.

The Commission also approved a rule requiring marijuana producers to provide the OLCC advance notice when harvesting their cannabis crop.

In late 2017 the Commission began minor decoy operations to determine if retailers were selling marijuana products to minors. In early 2018, because of poor compliance among retailers, the Commission stiffened the penalties for retail licensees selling marijuana items to minors. After the increased fines were put in place compliance rates improved, but the Commission is increasingly seeing cases with repeated violations.

OLCC Commission Approves Rules on Revoking Marijuana Worker Permits and Harvest Notification






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