As of Jan. 4, 2016, 142 applications for recreational marijuana were submitted to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission even though the office was closed because of snow and ice.

A breakdown provided by the commission showed Multnomah  with 30 applicants, Clackamas with 18 applicants, Jackson with 17 applicants and Lane with 16  applicants were counties with the most applicants.

The appellations are for four commercial adult-use licenses: production, processing, wholesale, and retail. Applicants are not limited to one license. They can apply for all four or any combination of licenses.

Oregon requires applicants to be a two-year resident. This requirement will be effective until Jan. 1, 2020. Applicants with a medical marijuana license  will be able to able to distribute to OLCC licensed retail outlets.

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