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CANNABIS IN OREGON -EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
OREGON Marijuana Laws
- Marijuana is a Schedule II substance in the state of Oregon
- Under federal law, cannabis is still considered a Schedule I Controlled Substance.
- An adult resident has personal possession limits of up to two ounces of legal cannabis. Possession of more could result in a Class B Misdemeanor.
- Retail sales of cannabis by state-licensed entities to those over the age of 21 are regulated in this state. Adults may purchase up to two ounces of marijuana per transaction from a licensed retailer.
- Manufacture of any amount of marijuana is a class C felony punishable by up to five years in prison and a fine of up to 1,250 USD, except for home gardens of four plants and licensed production sites, and medical marijuana grow sites.
- Delivery of one ounce or more minor of homegrown useable marijuana or cannabinoid extracts without compensation carries no fine or penalty.
- There is no fine or penalty for recreational users who cultivate up to four plants homegrown at home.
- Sale, delivery, possession with intent to sell or deliver, or manufacture with the intention to sell paraphernalia is subject to a civil penalty of up to 10,000 USD.
Cannabis Policy Reform Timeline
- 1923: The state of Oregon banned the use and possession of cannabis due to federal prohibition.
- 1973: Oregon became the first state to decriminalize cannabis.
- 1986: Oregon’s Ballot Measure 5 sought to legalize cannabis but failed on the ballot
- 1997: The Oregon Legislature passed House Bill 3643, making the possession of less than an ounce of marijuana a minor misdemeanor charge
- 1998: The Oregon Medical Marijuana Act was established by Ballot Measure 67. It updated state law to allow the cultivation, possession, and use of marijuana by prescription by patients with certain medical conditions
- 2014: A ballot initiative, Measure 91 was approved legalizing the ability to grow cannabis, marijuana use, and marijuana sales by an approved cannabis retailer in Oregon starting in July.
Possession Limits in OR
- Adult residents may possess two ounces of usable marijuana
Frequently Asked Questions
Visit These OREGON Hotspots After Getting Your Medical Card
Portland, Oregon, is a vibrant and picturesque city located in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. With its lush green forests, stunning waterfalls, and breathtaking vistas, it’s no wonder Portland is a popular destination for tourists worldwide. One of the best things about Portland is its commitment to sustainable living and eco-friendly practices. Visitors can see this at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI), where exhibits and interactive displays showcase the latest in green technology and renewable energy. The Portland Art Museum boasts an impressive collection of modern and contemporary art, while Powell’s City of Books is a must-visit for any bibliophile. The city also has a thriving music scene, with venues like the Crystal Ballroom and the Doug Fir Lounge hosting shows almost every night of the week. Portland has a rich history that spans back thousands of years.
Crater Lake National Park
Crater Lake National Park is one of the most stunning and unique natural wonders in the United States. Located in southern Oregon, this national park is home to the deepest lake in the country and offers visitors a range of indoor and outdoor activities. One of the most popular activities at Crater Lake is taking a boat tour of the lake. Visitors can take a guided lake tour on a historic wooden boat, learning about the park’s history and geology. For those who prefer to stay on land, several hiking trails offer stunning views of the lake and surrounding wilderness. The park also has several visitor centers that offer exhibits and interactive displays of the park’s history and ecology. The Rim Visitor Center is a must-visit for anyone new to the park, providing an overview of the area’s geological history and offering tips on hiking and other activities.