Category Archives: Liquor Control Commission (OLCC)

Cannabis Company Sues to Halt Oregon Ban on Flavored Cannabis Vapes

Two weeks after the Oregon Court of Appeals halted Gov. Kate Brown’s ban on flavored nicotine vaping products, a cannabis distributor has filed a lawsuit challenging the ban on flavored weed vapes. Source: Cannabis Company Sues to Halt Oregon Ban on Flavored Cannabis Vapes – Willamette Week

OLCC podcasts answer questions about cannabis

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has produced a podcast that focuses on the issues surrounding marijuana vaping and the national outbreak of a respiratory illness. “In the Weeds – The Ultimate OLCC Potcast,” is a series aimed at the recreational marijuana industry. The fourth episode focuses on vaping. Source: OLCC podcasts answer questions about cannabis; […]
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THC vape ban still in place as nicotine goes back on market

Flavored nicotine vapor products are back on shelves while THC products remain banned. The nicotine products returned on Oct. 17 when the Oregon Court of Appeals put a hold on Source: THC vape ban still in place as nicotine goes back on market | News | dailyemerald.com

Oregon’s Cannabis Retailers Pull Product In Observance Of Flavored Vape Ban

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission said it has found no recreational cannabis retailers violating the flavored vape ban so far. Source: Oregon’s Cannabis Retailers Pull Product In Observance Of Flavored Vape Ban

State cannabis industry reps talk business

PBA forum compares marijuana to other private enterprise sectors, with similarities and differences Source: State cannabis industry reps talk business

OLCC penalizes Bend dispensary

The Herb Center will pay a fine or have license suspended. The Herb Center in Bend will pay a fine of $7,920 or serve a 48-day recreational marijuana retailer license suspension as part of a settlement with the Oregon Liquor Control Commission for three violations. The Herb Center is located at 2205 NE Division St. […]
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Oregon appeals court halts governor’s vaping ban on flavored tobacco products

The ruling is a setback for Oregon’s response to the national vaping crisis and a major victory for tobacco vape shops. It does not appear to end the ban on flavored marijuana vape products. Source: Oregon appeals court halts governor’s vaping ban on flavored tobacco products

Oregon Court of Appeals issues temporary stay on flavored vaping ban in Oregon

Oregon’s Court of Appeals has put a halt to the state’s ban on flavored vaping products two days after it took effect. Source: Oregon Court of Appeals issues temporary stay on flavored vaping ban in Oregon

Appeals court blocks vape products ban

-An injunction was sought by business owners who were worried about the ban’s impact on employment in the cannabis and nicotine vape industry.- Oregon’s Court of Appeals on Thursday blocked Gov. Kate Brown’s executive order temporarily banning the sale of flavored nicotine and marijuana vaping products. Source: Appeals court blocks vape products ban

Oregon Court of Appeals blocks flavored vape ban from taking effect 

The Oregon Court of Appeals Thursday granted a temporary stay on Oregon Health Authority rules enforcing a 180-day ban on the sale of flavored nicotine and medical marijuana vaping products. Source: Oregon Court of Appeals blocks flavored vape ban from taking effect | Salem Reporter