Oregon Liquor Control Commission asks public for input on recreational marijuana – OregonLive.com
Got an opinion about how the state should proceed with implementing recreational marijuana in Oregon? The Oregon Liquor Control Commission wants to hear from you.
The agency, which is charged with overseeing the new recreational marijuana industry, on Tuesday posted a survey on its website asking the public for input on how to implement the program.
The public may participate in the survey through Jan. 12. Participants’ answers will be part of the public record, but people do not have to identify themselves.
Agency officials said they want to use the information to help prepare for a series of “listening sessions” the liquor control commission will hold beginning later this month. The dates and locations for those appearances have not yet been announced.
“The OLCC is committed a transparent and inclusive public process to help the agency implement Measure 91 in a way that protects children, promotes safety, and brings the recreational marijuana industry into the regulated market,” the agency noted on the introduction to the survey.
— Noelle Crombie