Oregon, Pennsylvania Relax Cannabis Rules As Nevada Closes Storefront Dispensaries

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Steve Sisolak moved to tighten the rules on cannabis retailers during the coronavirus crisis, ordering storefront dispensaries to close. In Oregon, regulators with the state’s Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) issued temporary rules that allow cannabis retailers to conduct sales outside of the licensed premises. Cannabis regulators across the country continue to react to the spreading coronavirus pandemic, with Oregon and Pennsylvania relaxing rules while storefront dispensaries were ordered closed in Nevada. Pennsylvania and Nevada Also Make Changes Pennsylvania officials also announced temporary rule changes for the state’s medical marijuana program. The temporary regulations were issued at an emergency meeting of the OLCC held to consider temporary rules for cannabis and alcohol businesses during the ongoing outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

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Cannabis regulators across the country continue to react to the spreading coronavirus pandemic, with Oregon and Pennsylvania relaxing rules while storefront dispensaries were ordered closed in Nevada. The changes come as more states issue stay-at-home orders in an effort to curtail the spread of the virus.

In Oregon, regulators with the state’s Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) issued temporary rules that allow cannabis retailers to conduct sales outside of the licensed premises. While the rules are in effect, dispensaries...

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