Laws And Rules
Resources for all Laws and rules related to Marijuana in Oregon (Last Updated 01/19/23)
Oregon Revised Statutes
ORS 475B governs the regulation of both recreational and medical marijuana in the State of Oregon.
ORS 571 governs the regulation of industrial hemp in the State of Oregon.
Oregon Administrative Rules
Oregon Administrative Rule Chapter 333:
- Division 7 sets forth rules on Marijuana and Hemp Testing Requirements.
- Tables 3, 4, 8, and 9 of Division 7 outlines the pesticide, solvent, heavy metals, and mycotoxins analyte action levels for marijuana items.
- Table 7 outlines the sample increments per batch size of cannabinoid concentrates, extracts, finished inhalable cannabinoid products, or industrial hemp-derived vapor items.
- Division 8 sets forth the rules related to medical marijuana in Oregon.
- Division 64 sets forth the rules related to the accreditation of laboratories in Oregon as well as establishing the validity of test results for marijuana items.
Oregon Administrative Rule Chapter 603:
- Division 48 sets forth the rules on growing and processing Industrial Hemp.
Oregon Administrative Rule Chapter 845:
- Division 25 sets forth all the rules on recreational marijuana for producers, processors, wholesalers, and retailers.
- Division 26 sets forth all the rules on adult use cannabis and hemp concentration limits.
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Rulemaking in Oregon
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