Oregon Approves Medical Marijuana Deliveries Where Retail Sales Are Banned

The rules become effective Dec. 28

Medical marijuana patients caught a break last week when state regulators increased the amount of pot cardholders can buy in one shopping trip to 8 ounces, after officials cut the limit to 1 ounce in August on suspicion of nefarious purchases being made.

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission also decided to let patients order pot for delivery into any of the state’s regions that prohibit licensed marijuana activity, such as cities where pot retailers are banned.

The rules become effective Dec. 28.


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