If you are 21 years of age or older and possess a valid government-issued ID, you are able to purchase cannabis flower, seeds, clones, edibles, concentrates and several other products containing cannabinoids. However, there are limitations on the amounts of each you are able to purchase from a licensed retailer.
Please note that property owners and landlords reserve the right to allow or deny marijuana use or cultivation on their property. It is always advisable to check with your landlord or property owner before consuming or cultivating cannabis on their property.
You are legally allowed to drive with marijuana in your vehicle, so long as you are within the legal possession limits and have your marijuana stored away from the driver in a child-proof container.
If any of the above-listed items are accepted as final consideration, the transaction is no longer considered a gift and is subsequently considered illegal and punishable by law.
Additionally, you are able to board a plane in Oregon with the legal public possession limit if you are flying within the state. You may not smoke or open the container on the plane and you may not bring marijuana with you if you are traveling outside of the state. If you are trying to board a plane flying out of state, you will be asked to dispose of the marijuana before boarding.
Under Measure 91, licensed retailers are authorized to dispense marijuana to adults 21 years of age or older between the hours of 7:00 am and 10:00 pm local time. However, store owners have the right to operate at any time within these hours, so be sure to check ahead of time to confirm the exact opening and closing times.
In terms of reciprocity, Oregon doesn’t recognize out-of-state medical marijuana cards by law. However, a recent court of appeals decision may have overturned that, but it remains unclear. For those trying to use their Oregon medical marijuana cards out of state, only the following states will recognize the card:
In Oregon, possession laws are different for marijuana use at home versus away from home (Public vs. Private), which extend to edibles and other marijuana products. Because of this, it is advised that smokers who possess cannabis when away from home should always have an I.D. on them for proof of age.
Similar to laws in other recreational states, under measure 91, it is strictly illegal to transport marijuana across state lines, even if both states allow recreational marijuana. However, there are several allowances for transporting marijuana within the state.
Legal information about medical and recreational marijuana laws in Oregon, including Portland, Eugene and Salem.