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    More changes to Oregon Medical Marijuana Program


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    This takes a scorecard to keep up with the constant changes to the OMMP program.

    OREGON HEALTH AUTHORITY
    Public Health Division
    http://healthoregon.org/ommp


    October 5, 2017

    MEDICAL MARIJUANA
    INFORMATION BULLETIN 2017-08

    Subject: Plant Limit Changes and Grow Site Inspections
    __________________________________________________ _________________________
    Governor Brown signed House Bill (HB) 2198 into law on August 2, 2017, which made some
    changes to plant limits at medical marijuana grow sites. These changes are currently in effect
    and apply to all grow sites, even some previously grandfathered grow sites.

    Remember that a grower can grow no more than 6 mature plants and 12 immature
    plants per patient. The plant limits listed for the different categories below are the maximum
    number of plants that can be grown at the grow site.

    PLANT LIMITS

    Category 1 –Grow Site is Located at the Patient’s Residence and a Patient or Caregiver
    is Designated as the Grower - The most significant changes have occurred in this
    category.
    The grow site is limited to:
    • 12 mature plants
    • 24 immature plants in total
    • 4 recreational plants if they belong to a non-OMMP cardholder who lives at the address
    No matter the combination of medical or recreational plants, the mature plant limit is 12 and
    the grow site cannot be grandfathered.

    Anyone growing at a location that is the patient’s residence, where that patient or the
    patient’s caregiver is the grower, is affected by this change and is subject to the plant
    limits listed above.

    If a grow site in Category 1 was previously granted grandfathered status, that status is now
    void and the grower must make changes to their grow site registration to come into compliance
    with the new plant limits.

    Category 2 - Grow Site Within City Limits AND Zoned Residential (Not Grandfathered) -
    Changes to immature plant limits were made in this category.
    The grow site is limited to:
    • 12 mature plants;
    • 24 immature plants 24 inches or more in height; and
    • Unlimited number of immature plants less than 24 inches in height.

    Category 3 - Grow Site Outside City Limits or Inside City Limits but Not Zoned
    Residential (Not Grandfathered) - Changes to immature plant limits were made in this category.
    The grow site is limited to:
    • 48 mature plants;
    • 96 immature plants 24 inches or more in height; and
    • Unlimited number of immature plants less than 24 inches in height.

    Category 4 - Grandfathered Grow Site Within City Limits and Zoned Residential
    The grow site is limited to:
    • No more than 24 mature plants*
    • No more than 48 immature plants 24 inches or more in height; and
    • Unlimited number of immature plants less than 24 inches in height.
    * The mature plant limit was listed on the grandfather authorization letter.

    Category 5 - Grandfathered Grow Site Outside City Limits; or, Inside City Limits but Not Zoned Residential
    The grow site is limited to:
    • No more than 96 mature plants*;
    • No more than 192 immature plants 24 inches or more in height; and
    • Unlimited number of immature plants less than 24 inches in height.

    * The mature plant limit was listed on the grandfather authorization letter.

    Grandfathered Grow Sites: Grandfathered status is authorized if the grow site meets the requirements outlined in OAR 333-008-0500.
    Recreational Plants: Except for category one, a household at a medical marijuana grow site may have 4 recreational plants in addition to the medical marijuana plant limit.
    Zoning: Check with your local city or county office for the zoning of the grow site.

    OMMP Compliance Inspections

    OMMP is conducting inspections of grow sites that were allowed 12 or more mature plants prior to the passage of HB 2198 to confirm compliance with the current laws and administrative rules. For routine, proactive inspections, OMMP staff will send a letter to each grower at least 10 calendar days in advance of an inspection and follow that up with a confirmation call or email within 24-30 hours of the inspection.
    At least one grower, who has authority to grant the inspectors access to the grow site, must be onsite to assist with the inspection. If multiple growers are present at the time of the inspection, one grower must be designated to assist during the inspection.
    You can go to the OMMP website if you have more questions about plant limits, visit FAQs on our website.
    Expect the unexpected and there will be changes to everything.

    Keep them Green
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    Hell, just be grateful that you don't live in GA...medical marijuana...good people don't use pot.....
    I'm still hopeful that this country will get its head out of its ass and end this prohibition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Runamuk1 View Post
    This takes a scorecard to keep up with the constant changes to the OMMP program.

    Expect the unexpected and there will be changes to everything.

    Keep them Green
    Muk
    You know I think they think they accomplished something sending emails back and forth then put it on paper. Maybe it has something to do with Oregon growing a nation of paper so they want to kill trees all day Maybe if the paper mills close down all the weird laws rewriting would quit....wishful thinking.
    You stick a bunch of females together and don't want any problems? Good luck. They are going to mess you up.

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    So are you still grandfathered? Last cycle of laws got plenty of people to drop out for awhile so maybe they register that as ha ha bumped people out of being grandfathered. Weird dealing for profit as usual with most games they play.
    You stick a bunch of females together and don't want any problems? Good luck. They are going to mess you up.

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    I can lose sight of that fact when Prop 91 (legalization) clearly stated there would be no changes to the Medical side of cannabis. It's been a free for all of changes. These changes are a giant leap backwards to what we had as legal.

    Getting medical marijuana is much easier these days so keep trying. One vote at a time. At least that would be a start. I sure wouldn't sit around waiting for the government to change anything.

    Muk

    Quote Originally Posted by gbauto View Post
    Hell, just be grateful that you don't live in GA...medical marijuana...good people don't use pot.....
    I'm still hopeful that this country will get its head out of its ass and end this prohibition.





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    @Tropical the reason trees are killed here is because this is where they grow and can be re-harvested.

    Do you know that planted property after being logged in the mid 50's is being re-logged. So replanting works, but it isn't as instant as plastic paper. Even recycling plastic isn't cost cost effective but paper is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Runamuk1 View Post
    @Tropical the reason trees are killed here is because this is where they grow and can be re-harvested.

    Do you know that planted property after being logged in the mid 50's is being re-logged. So replanting works, but it isn't as instant as plastic paper. Even recycling plastic isn't cost cost effective but paper is

    Muk
    Yep "killing trees" is an old term for wasting time on paperwork that's totally useless or dumb. Like "let's get back to work killing trees" for going back to work doing paperwork. Lots of applications and its kind of a motto for keeping Oregon's economy good since killing trees makes the money.
    You stick a bunch of females together and don't want any problems? Good luck. They are going to mess you up.

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    @Runamuk1 it could be the old James G. Blaine Society try of scaring Californians away.

    http://www.oregonlive.com/history/20...o_crowded.html

    Oregon could be the first state to restrict to only person born in Oregon are allowed to have cannabis farms. When Californians would complain about such a sweet reply of Oregon wanting to be like California by coming up with novel ways of regulating people and the industry. Nowhere as bad as California allowing the complete draining of lakes for nestles to sell bottled water.

    Just floundering around here. Wouldn't doubt the roots of their regulations are in weeding out non Oregonians.
    You stick a bunch of females together and don't want any problems? Good luck. They are going to mess you up.

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