Oregon Pot Regulator Eases Licensing Rules To Clear Backlog

Law360 (October 15, 2020, 9:46 PM EDT) -- Oregon cannabis regulators on Thursday greenlighted major licensing reforms that officials and industry players hope will speed up approvals and clear a backlog of applications that have left businesses in the lurch.

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has opted to place more trust in the state's cannabis industry, saying licensees have earned a reduction in red tape. The changes are also expected to boost growth and free regulators to shift their focus from a growing pile of change applications to new applications waiting in the wings. 

The revisions simplify license applications, ease approvals for ownership and financial interest changes, and provide...

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