Recreational Marijuana Sessions Continue

ASHLAND, Ore. — Hundreds of people gathered in Ashland Wednesday night to voice their questions and concerns about marijuana regulation in the state. The sessions are being held all over the state to allow people a chance to advise the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) commissioners about the regulations they want created. The listening session … Continue reading »

Recycling Center Coming to Klamath Falls

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The effort to make recycling more convenient in Oregon may be making it’s way to Klamath County. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) confirms the Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative has applied for a permit to open a bottle and can recycling center at 2702 Eberlein Ave. If the application is approved by the … Continue reading »

Looking for Input on Recreational Pot

PORTLAND, Ore.– The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is asking people to fill out an online survey about their concerns and hopes for recreational marijuana. People have until January 12th to share their input about the coming legal market this July 1st. OLCC leaders said this will help the agency plan a statewide listening tour. Those plans … Continue reading »

OLCC Looks At Marijuana Taxes

MEDFORD, Ore. — Measure 91 is a controversial topic on the November ballot, one which could cost the state, and bring in money. If recreational pot is legalized, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) will be in charge or taxing it. In Colorado, the recreational marijuana taxing process has not been nearly as successful as state … Continue reading »

OLCC Reacts to Marijuana Measure

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Liquor and Control Commission is getting ready for what could become Oregon’s recreational marijuana market. Oregonians will get to vote on legalization of recreational marijuana in November, if enough of the 145 thousand signatures last week are valid. The ballot measure sets the OLCC as the regulatory body. Officials say … Continue reading »

OLCC Preparing for Marijuana Vote

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is getting ready for what could become the first market for recreational marijuana in Oregon. Last week the political action committee New Approach Oregon submitted more than 145,000 signatures for a ballot measure in November. That measure would create a recreational market with the OLCC as its … Continue reading »

Liquor Privatization Measure Withdrawn

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is commenting on a series of now-dead ballot measures that would have allowed Oregonians to vote on privatizing liquor sales. They say those measures would have given too much control to grocery stores. Political group Oregonians for Competition retracted all eight versions of a ballot measure that would … Continue reading »

Rule Changes Allow Tap Room to Open

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Grants Pass City Council is getting rid of technicalities that were preventing a new business from opening downtown. Griess Family Brews had wanted to open a taproom earlier this year. But because they did not serve food, they were classified by the OLCC as an “adult business.” Because of that … Continue reading »

Stores Sell Alcohol to Underage Customer

MEDFORD, Ore. – Sunday an underage customer between 18 and 20 walked into the Thrifty Nifty Market and 9 others in Medford in an attempt to buy alcohol. The attempts were part of a police operation and resulted in three stores selling to the minor including this location on west Jackson Street. When underage customers … Continue reading »

OLCC Holiday Safety Campaign

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is giving holiday partiers ideas on how to get home safely. December is Drinking and Drugged Driving Awareness Month. The OLCC has produced a series of YouTube Videos to remind drivers to stay sober and get home safely. The campaign urges responsible habits like designated drivers, food … Continue reading »

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