Oregon measure 91 was approved by the voters on November 4, 2014. Measure 91 “legalizes personal possession of marijuana within specified limits, and provides for a commercial regulatory system of marijuana production, distribution and sale.”
Don't get too excited! The entire measure will slowly go into effect over the next several months. Here are some links to information about the measure and it's implementation in Oregon.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission page on recreational marijuana.
This page has a lot of good information on the current state of legal recreational marijuana in Oregon. Keep checking back here as the OCLL develops its plans and rules.
This guide contains the full text of the measure along with a impartial and brief explanation of the measure and it's intended effect.
Oregon is not the only state to legalize recreational marijuana. You can compare Oregon's laws and implementation with Washington State, Alaska and Colorado. Take a look at those state's pages here.
Finding out what the US federal government thinks of all this is a little more difficult. The US Department of Justice did issue a guidance letter to all US Attorneys in 2013. You can read that letter here.
These are exciting times Oregonians! Meet them with up to date legal information. As always you can visit us at SOLL, go to our webpage, call us at 503-986-5640 or email us at email@example.com.