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Requires applicant for marijuana production license that does not own premises at which marijuana will be produced to submit signed informed consent of owner of premises to Oregon Liquor Control Commission. Toggle navigation Your Government. Bill progress. House Mar 27, Public Hearing scheduled. House Mar 27, Public Hearing held. House Apr 8, Work Session scheduled. House Apr 8, Work Session held. House Apr 12, Recommendation: Do pass.
House Apr 15, Second reading. House Apr 16, Rules suspended. Carried over to April 17, Calendar. House Apr 17, Third reading. Carried by Noble. Senate Apr 18, First reading.
Referred to President's desk. Senate May 8, Recommendation: Do pass. Senate May 9, Recommendation: Do pass. Senate May 10, Recommendation: Do pass. Senate May 13, Recommendation: Do pass. Senate May 13, Second reading. Senate May 14, Carried over to by unanimous consent. Senate May 15, Third reading. Carried by Olsen. House May 16, Speaker signed. Senate May 16, President signed. House May 22, Governor signed.
House May 24, Chapter , Laws : effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die. Votes House vote April 17, Third reading. Member Party City Dist. Alonso Leon D Woodburn 22 J. Barker D Aloha 28 G. Barreto R Pendleton 58 D. Boles R Salem 19 D. Bonham R The Dalles 59 S. Boshart Davis R Albany 15 J. Bynum D Clackamas 51 B. Clem D Salem 21 M. Doherty D Tigard 35 C.
Drazan R Canby 39 P. Evans D Salem 20 J. Fahey D Eugene 14 L. Findley R Ontario 60 D. Gomberg D Otis 10 C. Gorsek D Troutdale 49 M. Greenlick D Portland 33 C. Hayden R Roseburg 7 K. Helm D Beaverton 34 C. Helt R Bend 54 D. Hernandez D Portland 47 P. Holvey D Eugene 8 A. Keny-Guyer D Portland 46 T. Kotek D Portland 44 G. Leif R Roseburg 2 R. Lewis R Silverton 18 J. Lively D Springfield 12 P. Marsh D Ashland 5 C. McLain D Hillsboro 29 M.
Meek D Gladstone 40 T. Mitchell D Cannon Beach 32 N. Nathanson D Eugene 13 M. Nearman R Dallas 23 C. Noble R Yamhill 24 R. Nosse D Portland 42 C. Piluso D Gresham 50 B. Post R Keizer 25 K. Power D Milwaukie 41 R. Rayfield D Corvallis 16 J. Reardon D Happy Valley 48 E.
Reschke R Klamath Falls 56 A. Salinas D Lake Oswego 38 T. Sanchez D Portland 43 S. Schouten D Beaverton 27 G. Smith R Heppner 57 D. Smith R Port Orford 1 B. Smith Warner D Portland 45 J. Sollman D Hillsboro 30 S. Sprenger R Scio 17 D. Stark R Central Point 4 K.
Wallan R Medford 6 M. Williams D Hood River 52 J. Williamson D Portland 36 C. Wilson R Grants Pass 3 B. Witt D Clatskanie 31 J. Zika R Redmond Senate vote May 15, Third reading. Baertschiger R Grants Pass 2 C. Bentz R Ontario 30 L. Beyer D Springfield 6 B. Boquist R Dallas 12 G. Burdick D Portland 18 P. Courtney D Salem 11 M. Dembrow D Portland 23 S. Fagan D Portland 24 L. Frederick D Portland 22 S.
Gelser D Corvallis 8 F. Girod R Stayton 9 J. Golden D Ashland 3 B. Hansell R Athena 29 M. Hass D Beaverton 14 D.
History For HB 3200
Requires applicant for marijuana production license that does not own premises at which marijuana will be produced to submit signed informed consent of owner of premises to Oregon Liquor Control Commission. Toggle navigation Your Government. Bill progress. House Mar 27, Public Hearing scheduled.
House Bill 3200