Oregon Medical Marijuana Laws

Oregon — Measure 67, a ballot initiative, passed with 55% of the vote in 1998, and was modified throughout the years. Most notably, in 2013, the state legislature approved and Gov. John Kitzhaber signed HB 3640, which allows regulated dispensaries. The law is codified at Or. Rev. Stat. § 475.300. Temporary rules for the dispensary program are available at OAR 333-0081000 et seq.

Qualifying for the Program: To qualify for an ID card, a patient must have a qualifying condition and a statement from a physician who has primary responsibility for treating the patient that marijuana may mitigate their symptoms. A minor patient only qualifies with the consent of his or her parent or guardian and if the adult controls the dosage, acquisition, and frequency of use of the marijuana.

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