The Oregon recreational Marijuana regulations have temporarily been in place for only a small amount of time now but are still getting positive reviews from city officials, growers, and dispensary owners. For the most part the state did a good job of listening to the people who are actually involved in the Oregon recreational marijuana market when making these regulations. However there are some regulations that people in the cannabis industry feel Oregon could improve upon, such things as allowing promotions, discounts, and coupons for customers of the dispensaries. But overall they have established a well received set of regulations. One of the more debated regulations that was implemented by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission or the OLCC was the creation of the two tiers for growers. The first tier allows growers to have 5,000 square feet of indoor cultivation space or 20,000 square feet of outdoor canopy. The second tier will allow growers to have 10,000 of indoor cultivation space or 40,000 square feet of outdoor canopy. Many of those involved in the Oregon recreational marijuana market were not happy about these limits being set up. State officials are off to a good start but anticipate there will be a lot of refinement required in the near future with these regulations. Many questions have yet to be answered when it comes to this new recreational market.

some regulations that people in the cannabis industry feel Oregon could improve upon, such things as allowing promotions, discounts, and coupons for customers. But overall they have established a well received set of regulations

At the moment only licensed medical dispensaries are permitted  to sell recreational marijuana, the application process to attain a recreational license will begin on January 4th, 2016. Oregon will likely start to issue recreational licenses to the chosen applicants around March and April of 2016. The fees that come with applying for a Oregon recreational license will be cheaper than the structure in Colorado but more expensive than the one in Washington state.

According to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission the state currently projects $10.7 million dollars in revenue between now and 2017. The state of Oregon expects applications to come in abundance when the time comes to turn them in. Let us here at Pinnacle Consultation Inc, help you get your Oregon recreational marijuana license and all other aspects of entering the recreational marijuana market. We have years of experience helping people in a multitude of different states achieve their goal of becoming apart of the booming business that is cannabis. Call us today and find out what we can do for you.