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  • Writer's pictureCourtney N. Moran, LL.M.

OLCC Commission Approves Rulemaking for HB 4121

Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) Commissioners Meeting (April 2024)

On April 18, the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) Commissioners unanimously approved the initiation of rulemaking for HB 4121, the omnibus cannabis bill passed during the Oregon 2024 Legislative Session.


During the 2024 Session, AgHS led lobbying efforts on behalf of our Client WYLD CBD to secure the updated authority to ORS 571.309 for OLCC to set standards on artificially derived cannabinoids (ADCs) in the general market. In presenting HB 4121 and the provisions that require agency rulemaking to implement, the OLCC rules coordinator specifically noted setting standards for ADCs in the general market.


At the Commission meeting, the Rules Coordinator noted OLCC staff plans to coordinate several focused Rules Advisory Committees (RACs) and to separate the overall rules package into smaller rule actions throughout 2024, as HB 4121 included numerous authority updates for OLCC.


We look forward to coordinating closely with OLCC to see these important policy updates implemented into sound rules and re-open the Oregon market!


Stay tuned for more updates on the implementation of Oregon HB 4121.


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