- Associated Press - Thursday, December 3, 2015

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is holding a series of workshops to answer questions from people interested in starting a marijuana business.

The first event was held Thursday in Bend. Others are scheduled next week in Medford, Eugene, Salem and Portland.

The OLCC says the events will include information about the regulations governing marijuana sales, an overview of the application process for licenses and time to answer questions.

Oregon is temporarily allowing recreational marijuana sales at medical dispensaries while the OLCC finishes preparing permanent regulations.

By next fall, the OLCC will license growers, processors, wholesalers, retailers, labs and researchers. The agency plans will begin accepting applications on Jan. 4.




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