Oregon advances bill to hold off issuing adult-use cannabis grow licenses for two years

The Oregon Senate moved forward with a plan to limit the state’s supply of recreational marijuana, and the measure now goes to the House for a vote.

Lawmakers voted 18-10 to freeze cannabis production at current levels for the next two years.

If the bill fully passes, the state will not issue new production licenses to marijuana growers, but current cultivators will be able to renew their permits.

For more details about Oregon’s moratorium on issuing cultivation permits, click here.

– Associated Press

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One comment on “Oregon advances bill to hold off issuing adult-use cannabis grow licenses for two years
  1. Marcelo on

    The new permits should be given to new cultivators and with hold for the old ones.Everyone deserves a chance to make money.

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