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Please Welcome Alexander Jacks Marijuana Softwares New Intern

6/10/2019 3:34:39 PM +00:00

Alexander JacksAlexander Jacks has been working with us for the past 2 weeks on our new online ordering website and he is a talented website designer and programmer. Jacks lives in the Portland area and will be looking for work in the Marijuana industry after his internship with Marijuana Software. If you are in the Portland area and would like to add some technical expertise to your staff, please reach out to him at

Alexander Jacks

 

Progressive Web Apps & Serverless Development

 

www.alexanderjacks.info

 

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New OMMPOS Help Website

6/10/2019 3:22:41 PM +00:00

The new intern Jeff is working on a help website for OMMPOS.Check it out! (work in progress)  https://help.ommpos.com/

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Please Welcome Jeff Casto Marijuana Softwares New Intern

5/30/2019 2:26:34 PM +00:00

Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, suit and closeup Jeff Casto is in the 2nd week of his Marijuana Software internship and so far he is one of the most promising I.T. professionals I have ever come across. At the end of Jeff's intership he will be looking for work in the Portland area. If you need a good "Computer Person" in your organiztion consider hiring Jeff. 

The Support Line has been really quite this week. Do you have OMMPOS questions? Please call and give Jeff work to do!

Marijuana Software Main Number
(971) 323 - 0492 

Jeff Casto (Tech Support Intern)
(971) 279 - 7546

Raja Afrika (Sales/Support)
(971) 279 - 7097

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Marijuana Software Featured in Willamette Week

5/25/2019 11:09:07 AM +00:00

Thank you! It is you, OMMPOS Community who made this article possible. Thank you!


Eight Portlanders Shaping the Future of Cannabis in Oregon—and Possibly the World

"For Raja and Kathleen Afrika, the year 2015 was filled with highs and lows.

In January, they founded their company, then called OMMPOS.com. Four months later, they received free laptops from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In August, they married.

Then, in October, they became homeless. They simply couldn't afford Portland anymore.

The couple picked up and moved to Astoria—mostly inspired by the city's starring role in the movie The Goonies..." Read More

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Marijuana Software is now a Microsoft Partner Reseller

5/25/2019 10:48:53 AM +00:00

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We used Office 365 to setup a virtual phone system for Marijuana Software this week.

When you call the main number you will get a prompt for Sales (Raja) or Support (Jeff).

When you call me the call will go to my phone and computer whereever I am. It's really cool!

Also get a copy of Microsoft Office, Outlook, Excel and Word to install on up to 5 devices. Also, we have solved the security video storage problem with 5TB of OneDrive starting at $15/month. Ask me more.

MJSOFT New Office 365 Virtual Phone System

Marijuana Software Main Number
(971) 323 - 0492

Jeff Casto (Tech Support Intern)
(971) 279 - 7546

Raja Afrika (Sales/Support)
(971) 279 - 7097

 

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OMMPOS *NEW* Faster way to archive packages

5/17/2019 3:54:01 PM +00:00

Step-by-step info on an improved method to archive packages.

  • Login & click on products
  • Click on the amount listed under the Inventory column
  • You will see a small drop down menu and a link in blue saying "Archive Packages"
  •  A box will pop-up asking you to confirm. Click OK to proceed
  • All done! You have now successfully archived a package & hopefully saved some time in the process!

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Wireless POS Hardware Sale

4/3/2019 5:53:29 AM +00:00

Take 10 - 20% off POS hardware when you buy by April 20th. Add Wireless Printing to your POS with the new STAR CloudPRNT.

Shop the Sale

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Wireless Printing Now Available

2/10/2019 8:51:12 PM +00:00

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Marijuana Software Wins CCC Pitch Competition

1/29/2019 5:06:35 PM +00:00

 

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Happy Holidays

12/24/2018 8:28:26 PM +00:00

From our family to yours Happy Holidays!

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OLCC Commissioners Adopt Marijuana Rule Changes

12/21/2018 2:16:47 PM +00:00

Under the rules change Oregon Medical Marijuana Program cardholders or a designated caregiver will be allowed to purchase a larger amount of marijuana during a single transaction.  In August 2018, after noticing suspicious purchase activity in the state’s Cannabis Tracking System, the OLCC reduced the daily purchase limit to one (1) ounce for OMMP cardholders.

The rule changes approved by the Commission take effect on December 28, 2018.

Key elements of the rules changes include: 

  • Creating a denial basis for licensees who fail to complete the renewal process, and for license applicants found to have an unauthorized interest in a licensed business;
  • Ending the issuance of new licenses to processors as alternating proprietors (shared kitchen) on the same licensed premises for applications received after January 1, 2019, but grandfathering all current processors in alternating proprietorships;
  • Clarifying camera coverage for waste material and amending the penalty structure for violations based on the amount of missing camera footage and the number of offenses;
  • Redefining the allowable shape of canopy areas a producer may have and including an allowance for producers to obtain a professional survey in lieu of the quadrilateral shape requirement;
  • Allowing wholesale licensees to provide retailers with samples from product lines originating from multiple licensees;
  • Increasing trade sample amounts for cannabinoid products, and allowing licensees to share trade samples with employees as long as the transaction is tracked in the Cannabis Tracking System;
  • Increasing medical patient purchase to eight (8) ounces of usable marijuana per day and no more than thirty-two (32) ounces per month;
  • Clarifying that a retailer can only sell a customer five (5) grams of an inhalant per day; and
  • Allowing retailers to apply for the ability to deliver to patients and primary caregivers throughout the state, even in opt-out jurisdictions. 

The new rules can found here on the OLCC Recreational Marijuana website.

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OLCC Compliant Labels Now Available for Star Printers

10/30/2018 9:34:08 AM +00:00

We are pleased to offer 3x2 OLCC Compliant Labels for Star Micronics printers

 

No more stickers! Shop the sale »

 

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Upgraded Dispensary Website

10/28/2018 4:45:50 PM +00:00

We are upgrading our Ommpos Weed Web Technology. Check out our new instant dispensary website!

http://xweb.ommpos.com

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2018 Q3 Tax E-File Available

10/2/2018 1:32:20 PM +00:00

Upload your quaterly taxes with just a few clicks. Our 2018 3rd quarter e-file is now available under REPORTS.

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Bottle Bill information from OLCC

9/15/2018 2:49:14 PM +00:00

How does Oregon’s beverage container redemption system work? In general, a distributor charges a 10-cent deposit when it delivers beverages covered under Oregon’s Bottle Bill to a store, then the store charges a 10-cent deposit when it sells those beverages to a customer.  When a customer returns the empty containers to a store or redemption center, the store pays the customer 10 cents per container, and when the store returns the empty containers to a distributor, the distributor pays 10 cents per container to the stores.    


What is the refund value per container? The Oregon refund value on redeemable containers is 10 cents. 


What kinds of beverages are included in Oregon’s Bottle Bill and have a 10-cent refund value?  The beverages listed below have a 10-cent refund value if they are in glass, metal, or plastic bottles or cans in the following sizes:
Three liters or less (these are beverages that were included in the Bottle Bill prior to January 1, 2018):

● waters
● carbonated soft drinks
● beer and malt beverages (includes alcoholic kombucha made with malt syrup; if it is made with cane sugar it is considered to be wine and is excluded from the Bottle Bill)

From 4 ounces up to and including 1.5 liters (these beverages were added to the Bottle Bill on January 1, 2018): ● other non-alcoholic beverages (includes but is not limited to tea, coffee, juice, energy and sports drinks, and non-alcoholic kombucha) ● other alcoholic beverages (includes but is not limited to hard cider up to 8.5% alcohol by volume; excludes distilled liquor and wine) ● marijuana beverages

For more details about the beverages that were added on January 1, 2018: Bottle Bill Expansion FAQs

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Advisory Committee Meeting

9/12/2018 1:16:57 PM +00:00

Medical Sales Daily Limits - OAR 845-025-2800
Date and Time:      

Wednesday, September 19, 2018
9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Location:

Oregon Liquor Control Commission

9079 SE McLoughlin Blvd., Portland, OR 97222

Presiding Officer:   Bryant Haley
 
Phone: 503.872.5136
 
Fax: 503.872.5110
 
Email: bryant.haley@oregon.gov

Agenda

Proposed Rule Draft  

The Commission is currently in rulemaking to address issues surrounding the daily limits of medical marijuana. The purpose of this meeting will be to review limits and craft possible solutions.
 
The purpose of an advisory committee is to increase the public's involvement in the drafting and development of administrative rules.

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NEW OLCC Compliant Labels

9/11/2018 3:33:06 PM +00:00

New Supply 20 CASES LEFT

Order yours today!

New! We are now taking pre orders for 3 x 2 labels with the Oregon Universal Marijuana Logo pre-printed on the label. No more stickers! Shop the sale »

 

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Understanding The New Products Page

8/18/2018 9:34:45 PM +00:00

We created a short video to show you some of the highlights of the new ommpos inventory management. Please reach out to us with questions. 

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Important Information About OLCC Notices

7/29/2018 3:04:21 PM +00:00

Recently many of our retailers received notices from the OLCC indicating that one or more over the limit sales had occurred.

The notice instructed you to correct the problem in Metrc. We have received many phone calls about what these notices means and why they were sent.

Here are the quick answers.

Why Did I Receive an Email From the OLCC?

1. The vendor that you received the product from manifested that product incorrectly in METRC.

2. OMMPOS adjustments get reported to METRC as $0 sales. An adjustment over the daily limit might have caused this letter.

How Can I Fix this Issue?

If this issue was caused by an OMMPOS adjustment

  • Look the adjustment record under METRC > Packages
  • Void the sale.
  • Adjust the package directly in METRC.
  • Archive the package in OMMPOS if appropriate.


If this issue was caused by the vendor manifesting the package incorrectly,

  • Contact the vendor and have them correct that ITEM in METRC. According to the OLCC this will cause a cascade correction that will fix the issue for all licensees impacted. 


What if I Still Have Questions?

You can contact us by phone, email or text message with questions  Monday - Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM. 

You can also contact the OLCC directly with questions @ marijuana@oregon.gov

Thank You For Your Business!,
Raja Afrika
Co-Founder Marijuana Software, LLC

 

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Print Color Labels

7/12/2018 8:57:54 PM +00:00

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OIL Day Happy 710

7/10/2018 2:02:11 PM +00:00

Happy Oil Day! We are keeping a close eye on system traffic today. We even put a bit of extra oil in the tank if you will to help speed things along today. How is the system speed? Let us know if you are having any issues or if you have any questions. Thank you for using OMMPOS. Raja - (971) 276 - 3371. 

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Happy Independence Day!

7/4/2018 1:11:32 PM +00:00

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DOR Q2 Report Now Available

7/2/2018 8:24:05 AM +00:00

The DOR Q2 quarterly return report is now avaiabe on the reports page. Your Q2 2018 Quarterly Return payment is due before July 31st.  For more information on tax payments and due dates click here.

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OMMPOS is becoming Marijuana Software

6/11/2018 2:14:01 AM +00:00

We are changing our name.

Why the change? We are growing. OMMPOS, LLC is becoming Marijuana Software, LLC. We will continue to provide you the same great service. The name of the website ommpos.com will continue to be the same. 

 

We will begin to offer information about our other products like CRMs, Social Media Websites, API tools and Hardware from our MarijuanaSoftwareLLC.com website. 


We updated our Privacy Policy

We have updated our OMMPOS privacy policy to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)..

To learn more about the GDPR click here.

To view our updated privacy policy click here.

 

We updated our Refund Policy

We updated our returns policy to reflect a change in the vendor that e purchase Microsoft Surface land iPad tablets. Click here for more information.

We are now a BBB accredited business

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OLCC to Freeze New Marijuana Applications on June 15th

5/30/2018 5:04:13 PM +00:00

We communicated with Mark Pettinger OLCC Marijuana Spokesperson by email about the upcoming application freeze. 

  • Does this pause apply to all licenses types including applications for Marijuana Handlers cards?  It applies to all license types, but NOT Marijuana Worker Permits

  • Do would-be applicants still have until June 16th to get new applications in for review?  Would be applicants have until close of business Friday June 15th to submit an application and have considered in the current flow of submitted applications.  Beginning June 16th we’ll still accept applications, except we’re going to set them aside and won’t process them until we finish all those that we already have.

  • How long is this pause anticipated to take?  Sometime into 2019

 

The OLCC does not offically endorse any POS system but we are the only ones to give em a hug.

- Raja Afrika
OMMPOS.com

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Social Media Tools

4/19/2018 1:00:00 AM +00:00

OMMPOS Social Media Toolkit 

Did you know that we offer instant website products? It’s all part of our Social Media Toolkit.

For $50 per month you get all of the following 

Instant Website

You can create a website for your dispensary, farm or wholesale business in minutes and control your website right from OMMPOS.

Check out the website for

The Holistic Coop

http://cgthc.com/ 

Online Menu 

Your website comes with a menu that lets customer see your live inventory.

http://cgthc.com/Menu 

Online Ordering 

Take delivery or In-store pickup orders from your website. Check out our demo

http://xweb.ommpos.com/Menu 

Display Screen

Now you can even show your menu on a Display Screen or Smart TV. 

http://xweb.ommpos.com/Display 

Plugins

Facebook Plugin

Add your live menu to your Facebook page! 

Menu Plugin 

Already have a website? Plug your live OMMPOS menu into your existing website. 

Call us if you have questions or if you are interested in our Social Media tools.

Raja Afrika

OMMPOS.com

Point of Sale System for Oregon Medical and Recreational Marijuana Dispensaries

(971) 276 - 3371

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OLCC Rule Advisory Committee Meeting AUDIO Packaging and Labeling for Marijuana Items February 21 2018

3/24/2018 5:40:39 PM +00:00

Packaging and Labeling for Marijuana Items

The audio recording from the Rules Advisory Committee Meeting on March 7, 2018 is now available on the OLCC's website: 

 

Audio - Part 1

 

Audio - Part 2

 

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Commitment to State Compliance

3/19/2018 3:03:08 PM +00:00

No automatic alt text available.We routinely retake the Metrc compliance exam to make sure that we continue to build the best POS system for state level compliance.

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Oregon Secretary of State Marijuana Audit

2/22/2018 4:44:08 AM +00:00

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The Oregon Secretary of State conducted an audit of the OLCC and the Cannabis Tracking System (CTS). Below are some highlights from the audit.

"Many of the issues identified in the audit were well known to OLCC, however the work accomplished by vendors and the OLCC has created a strong knowledge base, a solid framework to build upon with IT systems that provide a greater degree of accountability and licensee oversight. Because of the major commitment of staff time, these IT systems have served the state well and at a moderate expense."

"The recreational marijuana program is still growing with more than1,200 new applications moving through our licensing approval process. Applicant interest in licensing continues to exceed expectation, cannabis supply is robust, and low consumer market prices are directly challenging illegal market sales in Oregon. As well, the recreational system’s growth in sales to people who hold medical cards shows the regulated system can play an important role in providing reliable access to medical marijuana products."

"The audit points to several data reporting compliance issues related to timely entry of data. The OLCC will be systematically issuing fines based on violations that can be proven by data recorded in the CTS system or the absence of data by failing to record it, such as not meeting a requirement to account for a marijuana crop’ moisture loss within 45 days of harvest. Further build out of CTS will provide staff the ability to be routinely alerted to this type of violation, and potentially trigger a licensee user alarm. The OLCC is exploring how modifying the IT system and requirements user the Administrative Procedures Act (APA), that protect due process, can be integrated to auto-generate citations based on compliance failures to properly and timely record data. Similar to a “speeding ticket,” with this type of sanction the accumulation of too many ticket would result in the loss of license. In the meantime, the OLCC is manually monitoring data for timely entry and analyzing it for potential action against violators."

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New Payments with CanPay

2/21/2018 2:02:43 AM +00:00

Today we added a new feature. CanPay payments. CanPay is a new cash-less way for your customers to buy from your store. With CanPay the money goes from your customers bank account straight into your business bank account. For early details please email sales@canpaydebit.com or call Raja at (971) 276 - 3371.

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New Age Check Verification

2/2/2018 8:34:49 AM +00:00

New: Age Check Verification option will force budtenders to enter a birthdate before completing a sale. Turn this option on from your Store Settings. We have also added a number of usability updates. Please call us with any questions. Thanks, Raja (971) 276 - 3371

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Paying and Filing Taxes

1/8/2018 2:35:11 PM +00:00

Payment and return deadlines

Tax year Qtr. Qtr. start Qtr. end Return due Payments due
2017 4 Oct. 1, 2017 Dec. 31, 2017 Jan. 31, 2018 Nov. 30, 2017
Jan. 2, 2018
Jan. 31, 2018
2018 1 Jan. 1, 2018 March 31, 2018 April 30, 2018 Feb. 28, 2018
April 2, 2018
April 30, 2018
2018 2 April 1, 2018 June 30, 2018 July 31, 2018 May 31, 2018
June 30, 2018
July 31, 2018
2018 3 July 1, 2018 Sept. 30, 2018 Oct. 31, 2018 Aug. 31, 2018
Oct. 2, 2018*
Oct. 31, 2018
2018 4 Oct. 1, 2018 Dec. 31, 2018 Jan. 31, 2019 Nov. 30, 2018
Dec. 31, 2018
Jan. 31, 2019

**These dates represent the first business day after the listed due date. In each case, the expected due date falls on a weekend.

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Guidelines for ODA Hemp Producers, Handlers and OLCC Licensed Processors

1/6/2018 3:10:06 AM +00:00

The OLCC has created a separate section on its Recreational Marijuana website about the Hemp program where information about this new process can be found.

ODA producers and handlers, who want to sell hemp and hemp products into the OLCC market, will need to obtain an Industrial Hemp Certificate.  Step-by-step instructions on how to obtain the certificate can be found here.

OLCC processors, who want to process hemp or hemp products, are required to obtain an Industrial Hemp Endorsement.  Step-by-step instructions on how to obtain the endorsement can be found here.

The required forms can be found on the Hemp page and the Forms & Publications page of the OLCC website.

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Free Shipping on Printers and Labels

1/5/2018 12:43:59 AM +00:00

We Have Updated Our Hardware Store

Now you can buy hardware like Zebra Label Printers, Star Receipt Printers plus labels, receipt paper and more directly from our new OMMPOS Store. Check out our new and improved store here!

https://ommpos.com/Home/Hardware

 

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HAPPY 2018!

1/1/2018 7:55:58 AM +00:00

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MERRY CHRISTMAS!

12/26/2017 4:20:16 AM +00:00

And Happy New Years!

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OLCC Launches Marijuana Retailer Minor Decoy Checks

12/20/2017 3:17:21 PM +00:00

Bend Licensees Pass OLCC Check for Sales to Minors

Portland, OR -- The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has conducted the first of its statewide minor decoy operations to determine if marijuana license retailers are complying with state laws and OLCC regulations ensuring minors aren’t able to enter the business to purchase marijuana products.

On December 19, 2017 OLCC marijuana inspectors visited 20 marijuana retailers in central Oregon, and all of the 20 businesses visited in Bend and La Pine passed a check for prohibiting sales to a minor volunteer.

“That our licensed retailers in central Oregon scored 100 percent on refusal to sell marijuana to a minor is a sign that this segment of our regulated industry understands the importance of compliance,” said Steve Marks, Executive Director of the OLCC.  “As we continue these checks I hope that this result will be reflected across the state.”

Sale of marijuana products to anyone under the age of 21 is a violation that for a first offense could result in a 10 to 30 day license suspension, or a fine of $1650, depending on whether or not the sale is intentional.  Failure by a marijuana licensee, or its employee, to check a customer’s identification before the attempted purchase of a marijuana product is a violation that could result in a seven (7) day license suspension or a fine more than $1100. 

During the sales checks, a minor volunteer attempts to enter a licensed marijuana retailer and/or purchase marijuana products from a licensed business to see if staff are checking ID’s correctly and refusing entry to anyone under 21.  Commission inspectors supervise the minor volunteers.  The volunteers carry their own legal ID that identifies them as under 21 and do not disguise their age or lie to encourage the sale of marijuana.   The Oregon Driver license for a minor carries a red border around the picture with the words “Minor Until” followed by the date of his/her 21st birthday.

The OLCC tests licensed marijuana businesses throughout the year, with each licensed retailer receiving a minimum of one visit per year.  The OLCC offers a free training course on how to check ID’s and identify false identification.

“This is part of our stepped up compliance and enforcement activity,” said Marks.  “We’re working to make sure that all segments of our regulated market are living up to the requirements of their license, and the expectations Oregonians have that they will act responsibly and follow the law.” 

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First meeting of the Oregon Cannabis Commission

12/7/2017 12:18:15 AM +00:00

The first meeting of the Oregon Cannabis Commission will be held this Friday, December 8, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. The meeting will be held in Portland. 

For more information or to sign up for e-mail updates specific to the Commission, please visit the new Cannabis Commission webpage at: healthoregon.org/cannabiscommission

The Oregon Cannabis Commission was established in the 2017 legislative session through House Bill 2198

The mission of the Commission is to provide advice to the Oregon Health Authority with respect to the administration of ORS475B.400 to 475B.525; and the Oregon Liquor Control Commission with respect to the administration of ORS475B.010 to 475B.395, as those statutes pertain to registry identification cardholders and primary caregivers.

The commission is tasked with determining:

  • A possible framework for future governance of the Oregon Medical Marijuana program;
  • Steps to address research on cannabis in areas of public health policy and public safety policy;
  • Agronomic and horticultural best practices;
  • Medical and pharmacopoeia best practices;
  • A long-term plan to ensure cannabis will remain affordable to persons with debilitating medial conditions; and
  • Monitor and study federal laws, regulations and policies regarding marijuana.

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We Have Updated Our Hardware Store

12/1/2017 7:03:02 AM +00:00

Now you can buy hardware like Zebra Label Printers, Star Receipt Printers plus labels, receipt paper and more directly from our new OMMPOS Store. Check out our new and improved store here!

https://ommpos.com/Home/Hardware

 

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OLCC Cup Competition Rules - Compliance Education Bulletin

11/27/2017 2:46:32 AM +00:00

How to Enter Samples into a Cup Competition

Only Retailers can sell or give directly to the public. Producers, Processors, Wholesalers, and Labs cannot sell or gift to non-licensees.

The only compliant way for Cup Competition samples to be provided to judges is for the items to be purchased at an OLCC Retailer location. As a licensed producer or processor you can transfer items to an OLCC Retailer within Metrc, and those items can be purchased at cost by a judge or competition organizer for consumption in the judges’ or organizer’s personal residence. The retail store may charge a discounted price for the marijuana items or give it away free if the customer is an OMMP cardholder.

Most commonly, we have heard licensees say that they intend to use the “In-house Quality Control” adjustment reason in Metrc to enter samples into competition. This is not compliant. Using a licensee’s “quality control” allowance to remove product from the system and provide to individuals would be circumventing the rules and would not be a valid method of entering into a competition. Quality Control samples are intended for quality improvement purposes within a facility, not for providing free product to individuals off the licensed premises.

Any attempt to use adjustments – of any kind – in Metrc for purposes of entering samples into a cup competition would be a violation of OLCC rules.  

Booths at a Cup Competition

Under Oregon law, no consumption is allowed in a public place. Any location with an OLCC liquor license would be a public place, even if the venue is specifically reserved for a cannabis event. If the location is not licensed to sell liquor, whether it is considered “public” is determined by the local jurisdiction. For more information on what is and is not allowed regarding consumption, see OLCC’s “Consumption, Gifting, and Giveaways” guide.

However, with prior approval, an OLCC licensee can set up a booth at an event and have limited amounts of marijuana items on-site for display only. The event as a whole would operate as a “promotional event” in which OLCC licensees with prior approval may participate.

More information regarding promotional events, including how to apply and how to document in Metrc can be found in bulletin CE2017-10 on OLCC’s website.

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Can OMMP Growers Sell to OLCC Dispensaries?

10/26/2017 1:25:37 PM +00:00

OMMP 2 OLCCCan OMMP Growers sell product to OLCC Dispensaries?

We called the OMMP to find out.

The OMMP directed us to the OLCC's Marijuana information hotline (503-872-5000).

When we called the OLCC hotline we got the following answer (paraphrased)

"Yes, this most recent legislative session did change the rules so that OMMP producers will be able to sell to OLCC Rec facilities. The rules have been updated but there are still no mechanisms in place to implement the new rules. Until we have a chance to update these mechanisms we will be operating under the old rules where OMMP is not allowed to sell to OLCC. We anticipate that we will have a chance to update this mechanisms around the beginning of the year 2018."

So, yes the rules have changed to permit OMMP Growers to sell to OLCC Dispensaries but you can't do it yet.

Raja
(971) 276 - 3371
OMMPOS.COM

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Compliance Education Bulletin: Marijuana Product Transfers

9/16/2017 8:16:08 PM +00:00

Marijuana Product Transfers

No licensee may receive marijuana items from outside the licensed OLCC system 

Download Bulletin CE2017-13 from the OLCC Recreational Marijuana Program website which illustrates what products can be transferred.

  • All marijuana items must be tracked and transferred within Metrc.
  • The only “unsourced” items that can be entered into Metrc are start-up inventory that has been approved by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, or producers’ immature plants and seeds during their first 90 days of licensure.
  • All license types can transfer waste items to each other; waste items must be tracked as waste in CTS and may never become a “usable” product.
  • All license types can make returns (the original product purchased) to the license they directly bought the product from.
  • A joint on its own is considered usable marijuana.
  • A joint with anything added, including kief, is considered a marijuana product. 

Each license type has specific privileges for the transfer of marijuana and marijuana products 

Download Bulletin CE2017-13 from the OLCC RMP website which illustrates what products can be transferred.

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With Expanded Testing Capacity in Place, Sampling & Testing Procedure Reverts to 100 Percent Batch Testing

8/31/2017 12:24:16 AM +00:00

Beginning today, August 30, 2017, every batch of usable marijuana (flower and leaves) must be tested directly for pesticides according to the Oregon Health Authority’s testing rules in order to be compliant. This includes untested product that was collected for sampling prior to August 30.

Some temporary rules regarding the sampling and testing of usable marijuana  have expired, and Oregon Liquor Control Commission Recreational Marijuana Program licensees are required to follow updated OLCC and Oregon Health Authority rules.

This reminder follows an August 11, 2017 OLCC Compliance Bulletin CE2017-09 sent to Recreational Marijuana Program producer and laboratory licensees explaining the rules adjustment.  The bulletin is also posted on the OLCC Recreational Marijuana Program website.

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission issued an order to limit pesticide testing of usable marijuana meant for retail sale to consumers on October 3, 2016.   At that time, OLCC staff found that there was insufficient lab capacity for 100% batch testing of usable marijuana for pesticides. On March 3, 2016, the Commission made a similar determination and extended temporary rules to allow for the continued practice of testing one-third of the batches.

More information can be found on the OHA medical marijuana website.

The Commission will continue to monitor market flow and respond to any issues that arise with the expiration of the temporary rule.

If you have questions please contact the OLCC Recreational Marijuana Program at marijuana@oregon.com

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OMMP CTS

8/31/2017 12:14:26 AM +00:00

Subject: SB 1057 Decision and Tracking Requirement

During the 2017 Legislative Session, the Legislature passed SB 1057 which requires OMMP registered grow sites (except as exempted below), processors and dispensaries to decide to stay registered with OMMP or become licensed by OLCC. Registrants which remain registered with OMMP will be required to track the production, processing, and transfer of all marijuana items using the OLCC Cannabis Tracking System (CTS) and pay a new fee for using CTS.

Exemption: If you are a patient growing for yourself and there are no more than 12 mature plants and 24 immature plants at your grow site you are not required to track in CTS.

A notice of this new requirement and a form will be mailed August 30, 2017.

 Each registrant will be required to, no later than December 1, 2017, provide notice on a form prescribed by OMMP of their decision to:

  • Remain registered with OMMP, use the CTS and pay an additional fee of approximately $480 (additional info on CTS will be available in early 2018); or
  • Apply for a license with the OLCC. A complete application must be submitted to OLCC before January 1, 2018; or
  • Indicate they are a patient growing for themselves and there are no more than 12 mature plants and 24 immature plants at the grow site. A grow site where a patient is growing for themselves and where there are not more than 12 mature and 24 immature plants is exempt from CTS tracking.

 If a registrant does not notify OMMP of their decision by December 1, 2017, the registration will not be renewed.

 If the registrant notifies OMMP with the decision to get licensed with OLCC but do not apply with OLCC by January 1, 2018, the registration will not be renewed.

Additional Grower Info
All growers at a grow site must collectively make the decision to remain registered with OMMP or move to OLCC and submit only one form to OMMP. Submitting more than one form for a grow site may result in registration not being renewed.

For more information visit: healthoregon.org/ommpcts

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OLCC Marijuana Packaging & Labeling Updates

8/12/2017 11:19:43 PM +00:00

Yesterday the OLCC sent out an email with guidance on the requirements for labels placed on marijuana packaging. We have updated our OMMPOS labels to be in compliance with this updated guidance. You can view more information on the OLCC's packaging and labeling requirements here:

 Please give us a call with any questions.

Raja
(971) 276 - 3371

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Delivery Now Available

8/8/2017 8:33:42 AM +00:00

We have added a new Delivery option to your sales. Now you can create a delivery order directly from the POS. Upgrade to E-commerce and add to a website where your customers can place orders from your live inventory. Please feel free to give me a call with any questios about these new features.

Raja

(971) 276 - 3376

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New: OMMPOS API IN BETA

7/21/2017 9:33:35 AM +00:00
  • We are testing a new OMMPOS API that allows you to work with the Menu or Display screen provider of your choice. Please inquire for more details.
  • An issue that was preventing plugin menus from appearing on your website or Facebook page has been fixed.
  • For more information about our Social Networking Tools for your Dispensary please contact Raja.

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Happy 4th of July America!

7/4/2017 8:05:27 PM +00:00

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Online Order is Now Available

6/3/2017 3:01:23 AM +00:00

We are proud to offer Online Ordering for your Dispensary Website. Now your customers can fill up an online shopping cart, join your website and place orders. OMMPOS will send you an email with the manifest. Check out our Demo Store here: http://xweb.ommpos.com/menu

Contact us to add an online ordering website to your store. - Raja (971) 276 - 3371

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It's Our Anniversary

6/1/2017 3:05:49 AM +00:00

June 1st 2017 is our 2 year anniversary. When we signed up our first customer OMMPOS was just a very basic system for OHA dispenaries. From that time to this we became the first POS system in Oregon to be certified for Metrc. We were the first system in Oregon with compliant receipts and labels and the first system in Oregon to comply with the rapid changes in Oregon law. We have had over 50 Oregon dispenaries try OMMPOS and each new store provides vital feedback that has changed this system from its humble beginings into the best POS and Grow Management system for Oregon. Thank you to our Oregon community for making OMMPOS thrive!

Sincerely,

Kathleen and Raja Afrika

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Deadline to Wipe Customer Data is May 18th

5/16/2017 8:56:16 AM +00:00

On Monday, April 17, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed SB 863 into law. The new law prohibits OLCC licensed marijuana retailers from recording, retaining or transferring information contained on a passport, driver’s license, military identification card or other identification card.

The Deadline to clear the personal recreational customer information from your store is May 18th. We have added a new button "Sanitize Customer Data" under Store settings. This button will erase the names, addresses and id numbers of all of your recreational customers. Your medical customer data will not be touched. Please give me a call with any questions. - Raja (971) 276 - 3371.

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Reminders on Marijuana Tax Compliance

5/12/2017 5:33:04 PM +00:00

Here are some helpful reminders from the Department of Revenue for staying in tax compliance and making payments:

 All licensed retailers must register their businesses for the marijuana tax program. You can register by either submitting a paper form or using our Revenue Online registration option at www.oregon.gov/dor/revenue-online. If your business isn’t registered, you can’t make payments with us because we won’t have a place to apply your payments.

Each retail location needs a separate registration, tax account, and quarterly tax return. You can access all of those accounts under a single Revenue Online login. If all locations use the same FEIN, this will occur by default, and you’ll be able to access all accounts as long as you can provide the information required for authentication. To access to those accounts, click “Add access to account” under the “I want to” menu.

If each location uses a different FEIN, you can access those as “third party” or “client” accounts from your main account. To access those accounts, click “Add third-party access” under the “I want to” menu.

Licensed retailers must file their returns electronically through Revenue Online. Returns are due quarterly, at the end of the month following the last day of the quarter. For example, the first-quarter returns are due on the last day of April. Returns must include total sales, by product and by month for both medical and recreational sales. It must also include the total amount of tax-exempt sales (medical). The system will then calculate the taxable sales and taxes due. This calculation gives you the opportunity to double-check your quarterly numbers.

Although returns are quarterly, payments are required monthly. You can pay in cash or by check or money order. You can mail check or money order payments, or you can deliver it person. We only accept cash payments at the main Department of Revenue building in Salem, and you’ll need an appointment. You can schedule an appointment by calling (503) 945-8050. Payments are due at the end of the month following the month of sales. For example, taxes collected in January are due by the end of February.

Here are the deadlines for 2017:

 

Quarter

Payment Deadlines

Return Deadlines

1

January tax—February 28, 2017

February tax—March 31, 2017

March tax—May 1, 2017

May 1, 2017

2

April tax—May 31, 2017

May tax—June 30, 2017

June tax—July 31, 2017

July 31, 2017

3

July tax—August 31, 2017

August tax—October 2, 2017

September tax—October 31, 2017

October 31, 2017

4

October tax—November 30, 2017

November tax—January 2, 2018

December tax—January 31, 2018

January 31, 2018

We encourage all marijuana retailers to visit our website at www.oregon.gov/dor/marijuana for additional information.

Thank you! 

Marijuana Tax Administration
Oregon Department of Revenue
marijuanaTAX.DOR@oregon.gov
www.oregon.gov/dor/marijuana
503-947-2597

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Oregon DOR Quarterly Tax Filing Deadlines

4/29/2017 9:25:26 AM +00:00

 More Information Here: Marijuana Tax Info

​​Tax year

​Qtr.

​Qtr. start

​Qtr. end

​Return due

​Payments due

​2016

4​

​Oct. 1, 2016

​Dec. 31, 2016

​Jan. 31, 2017

​Nov. 30, 2016

Jan. 3, 2017**

Jan. 31, 2017

​2017

​1

​Jan. 1, 2017

​March 31, 2017

​May 1, 2017**

​Feb. 28, 2017

March 31, 2017

May 1, 2017**

​2017

​2

​April 1, 2017

​June 30, 2017

​July 31, 2017

​May 31, 2017

June 30, 2017

July 31, 2017

​2017

​3

​July 1, 2017

​Sept. 30, 2017

​Oct. 31, 2017

​Aug. 31, 2017

Oct. 2, 2017**

Oct. 31, 2017

 

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OLCC Approves Medical Bump-Up Canopy for Marijuana Producers

4/28/2017 5:48:57 AM +00:00

Establishes Sharing Framework between Producers and Patients

Portland, Oregon – The Oregon Liquor Control Commission today approved rules allowing growers licensed in Oregon’s Recreational Marijuana Program to grow marijuana specifically for Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) cardholders.  Under this “medical bump-up” arrangement recreational producers will be allowed to grow additional canopy above what is allowed in their OLCC license.

The new rules allow producers to enter into agreements with OMMP cardholders, however a medical cardholder can only have one assigned grower.  Producers that decide to add medical bump up canopy can transfer useable marijuana to an OMMP cardholder.

If a cardholder allows, a producer may transfer excess to other cardholders and caregivers, and OMMP dispensaries and processors.  All production and transfer of excess product is required to be tracked in the Cannabis Tracking System (CTS). 

“This will be the first medically grown marijuana in Oregon under regulations that meet the compliance guidelines of the federal Cole Memo,” said Marvin Revoal, Acting Chair of the OLCC.  “It’s important that we keep legally produced marijuana from being diverted to the illegal market, and again Oregon’s leadership shows that both medical and recreational marijuana can be regulated together.”

The OLCC already allows the sale of medical grade marijuana products by its licensed retailers and those products amount to about 14% of sales in the OLCC regulated environment.  Under the bump-up rules up to 25% of the yield grown for an OMMP cardholder can be sold to OMMP processors and dispensaries.

Addressing the concern voiced by patients, doctors, and medical marijuana advocates that the three pound limit would create a medicine shortage for some patients, Commissioner Pamela Witherspoon called on the Commission to adopt an exception process for patients who need more medicine.

Steven Marks, the Commission’s Executive Director said the agency would monitor patients’ ability to obtain their medicine – especially those with serious illnesses, and act to ensure patient access to medicine either in partnership with the Oregon Health Authority, or within the OLCC’s own rulemaking authority.

“This approach strikes a balance in that it will cover the need of the majority of OMMP cardholders,” said Steven Marks, Executive Director of the OLCC.  “At the same time the OLCC wants to help patients who are seriously ill be able to obtain whatever amount of cannabis-derived medicine they need to treat their illnesses and help them maintain or improve their quality of life.”

The OLCC will monitor the implementation of the bum-up canopy rules and if necessary adjust the rules as the agency learns more from producers and OMMP cardholders who participate in the bump-up program.  The bump-up rules take effect on May 1, 2017.

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Now You Can Sell Without Tracking Customer Data

4/21/2017 12:34:54 PM +00:00

 Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed Senate Bill 863 into law on April 17, 2017.

SB 863 prohibits marijuana retailers from recording, retaining or transferring information contained on a passport, driver’s license, military identification card or other identification card. 

We have updated OMMPOS so that you can make sales to customers without tracking their personal information. We have made our check-in queue optional. You can just jump straight into a sale without having to check-in a customer. You can even create an anonymous membership card to track customer loyalty.

We have added other updates like improved product pricing. Now you can specify the price of your products to include tax. OMMPOS will figure out the rest.

You can also track the weight of your jars when doing inventory audits.

Please give me a call if you have any questions.

Thanks!,

Raja (971) 276 - 3371

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Collection of Customer Data Ends; Previously Collected Information Must Be Destroyed

4/21/2017 12:31:33 PM +00:00

Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed Senate Bill 863 into law on April 17, 2017.

SB 863 prohibits marijuana retailers from recording, retaining or transferring information contained on a passport, driver’s license, military identification card or other identification card. 

What are marijuana retailers required to do?

Beginning immediately retailers may NOT record or retain customer information gathered from a piece of official identification (e.g. driver’s license, passport) that could identify the customer.

Retailers are still required, prior to completing the sale of a marijuana item to a consumer, to verify that that the consumer has valid, unexpired government-issued photo identification and must verify that the consumer is 21 years of age or older.  See: OLCC Recreational Marijuana Rules (Retailer Operational Requirements: 845-025-2820)

This law does not change licensee reporting and inventory requirements.  Sales and inventory data must still be reported into Metrc daily including an Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) card number if selling to a patient or caregiver. 

Destruction of Previously Collected Consumer Information

On or before May 18, 2017 retailers must destroy any previously collected information that may be used to identify a consumer acquired through the production of a piece of legally described identification.  This includes any consumer information that was previously acquired with consent for the purposes of marketing. 

Licensees should NOT delete or destroy information in Metrc. This requirement only pertains to information recorded or retained outside of Metrc.

Exception to Prohibition for Collecting Consumer Information (Opt In) 

Going forward a retailer may retain the name and the contact information of a customer for marketing purposes only, if the retailer:

·       Asks the consumer if they may record the information for marketing purposes AND

·       The consumer agrees in writing to the information being used for marketing purposes.

 This consumer consent does NOT authorize the retailer to sell or transfer the consumer’s personal information.

Questions about the retailer implementation of SB 863 should be directed to the OLCC Recreational Marijuana Program at:  marijuana@oregon.gov or by calling 503-872-6366

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7 Days at OMMPOS

4/8/2017 4:20:00 PM +00:00
In the past week Kathleen Afrika filed a Freedom of Information Request Act to get the names and numbers of all of the Producers, Processors and Wholesalers in Oregon.
 
We launched what might by the first Marijuana CRM in Oregon. OMMPBOOK.com
 
We did our first BioTrack extraction in 2 stores and we invented a way to copy from BioTrack to OMMPOS.COM in 1 hour. We call it the BioExtractor!
 
Oh yeah, and we invented Tear-Free Tax Reporting with our new OMMPOS E-File.
 
We're marching all over #Oregon with a simple message. #Switch and #Save #Time and #Money

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Quarterly Tax E-File Now Available

4/4/2017 8:58:44 AM +00:00

Image result for calculator clip artIt's time to file Quarterly Marijuana Tax Returns. The Oregon Department of Revenue will only accept quarterly returns filed electronically; So how do you do that?

1. Login to OMMPOS.com
2. Click Reports
3. Click the "Q1 DOR REVENUE ONLINE E-FILE" link to download your E-file document
4. Save the E-file document to your computer
5. Login to Revenue Online (The Oregon Department of Revenue's website)
6. Click on Tax Returns > Upload
7. Upload the E-file document

Have a cup of Tea.

 

Feel free to call me with questions. -Raja Afrika (971) 276 - 3371

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Compliance Education Bulletin: Sales to Medical Card Holders; Discounted Marijuana Sales

4/3/2017 4:05:48 AM +00:00

Bulletin CE2017-05

Sales to Medical Cardholders

Sales to medical cardholders are not taxed

If you are a licensed retailer selling a marijuana item to an Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) cardholder you may not change a tax.   Instead enter the OMMP card number in your Point of Sale system, or the Metrc Cannabis Tracking System, to verify the reason tax was not charged. 

Only retailers that have completed the form “Registration for Sale of Recreational Marijuana for Medical Purposes” are allowed to sale medical grade products.  Medical grade products come from OLCC licensed processors, but contain medical concentration limits; medical grade products can only be sold to OMMP cardholders.  Retailers that are registered for medical sales may also allow an OMMP cardholder, 18 years of age or older, inside their retail establishment. 

Discounting Marijuana Items

OLCC licensed retailers may discount marijuana items. 

Example: a retailer may offer a 20% discount for top shelf product.

The discount rules do not allow a marijuana item to be discounted in correlation with the purchase of another item.  Buy One, Get One Free (BOGO) and customer loyalty cards linked to marijuana products  are NOT allowed. 

Example: A retailer cannot offer buy 2 get 1 for free.

Example: A retailer cannot have a customer loyalty punch card where the customer buys 10 ounces of marijuana and receives the 11th ounce for free.  If a retailer wants to offer a loyalty punch card, it could be,"buy 10 ounces of marijuana and get a t-shirt or hat for free", because the free product is not marijuana. 

For More Information:

Compliance Education Bulletins can be found on the OLCC Recreational Marijuana website.

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OLCC Advertising Restrictions

4/3/2017 3:54:54 AM +00:00

Bulletin CE2017-03

What are the restrictions in advertising your cannabis business?  

Advertising is publicizing the trade name of a licensee together with words or symbols referring to marijuana or publicizing the brand name of marijuana or a marijuana product.

 Marijuana advertising may not:

 ·       Contain statements that are deceptive, false, or misleading;

 ·       Contain any content that can reasonably be considered to target individuals under the age of 21;

 ·       Encourages the transportation of marijuana items across state lines;

 ·       Assert that marijuana items are safe because they are regulated by the Commission or have  been tested by a certified laboratory or otherwise make claims that any government agency endorses or supports marijuana;

 ·       Make claims that recreational marijuana has curative or therapeutic effects;

 ·       Display consumption of marijuana items;

 ·       Contain material that encourages the use of marijuana because of its intoxicating effect;  

 ·       Contain material that encourages excessive or rapid consumption.

 Advertisements through print, billboard, television, radio and internet must contain the following statements (this does not apply to advertising on apparel):

 Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug

 For use only by adults twenty-one years of age and older

 Keep out of reach of children

If the OLCC receives complaints about advertising we will investigate.  You should be prepared to verify you are not breaking any of the advertising rules located in Division 25 Administrative Rules.  If you are advertising through television, radio, billboards, print media or internet you must have verification no more than 30% of your viewing audience in under the age of 21. 

Compliance Education Bulletins can be found on the OLCC Recreational Marijuana website.

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Hemp Derived Products

4/3/2017 3:50:15 AM +00:00

Bulletin CE2017-04

Rules related to production, processing and retail sale of products derived from hemp

A producer that wants to grow industrial hemp on the same piece of land where they hold an OLCC producer license must provide the OLCC with a “Hemp Control Plan”, this plan will need to be approved before you can start hemp production.  Hemp production will not be allowed on the licensed area of the property. 

A processor cannot process industrial hemp at an OLCC licensed facility.   Hemp based products cannot be added to marijuana products; this is considered an adulterant and is not allowed under current rules.  If a processor wants to process hemp based products they are required to do so at a separate facility that is not licensed by the OLCC. 

A wholesaler cannot have hemp based products at their OLCC licensed facility.  If a wholesaler wishes to handle hemp based products they must do so as a separate business from an unlicensed location. 

A retailer may sell products derived from hemp at a licensed location, but the products must meet all testing, packaging and labeling rules.  It would be in the retailer’s best interest to request copies of lab results with the product to ensure the hemp can authentically identified as such.  The hemp based products are not entered into METRC and the marijuana tax does not apply to their sale.

For More Information:

Refer to OLCC’s Administrative Rules on Recreational Marijuana, which can be found on our website in the Division 25 rules.  If you haven’t already subscribed, we recommend that you sign up for the OLCC’s GovDelivery list.  The OLCC uses this list to send notifications of public meetings, Commission meetings, and rule changes. If you have questions regarding the content of this bulletin, please contact the OLCC at marijuana@oregon.gov or (503) 872-5000 option 1.

 Compliance Education Bulletins can be found on the OLCC Recreational Marijuana website

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NEW: Learn how to Share Your Menu on Facebook

3/11/2017 9:15:00 AM +00:00

Share your OMMPOS Menu on Facebook

 
Now you can create a menu from your inventory to share on Facebook or your dispensary website. Click Here to Learn More.

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New Tax and Employee Reports

3/9/2017 7:36:16 PM +00:00

We have added new reports to make paying taxes easier

  • Revenue Online EFILE downloads your quaterly taxes as an Excel file that you can upload directly into the Department of Revenues OMMPSYSTEM website.
  • Monthly and Quaterly tax statements have been updated to reflect the new tax rates
  • The Budtender Report show you daily sales sorted by Budtender
  • The Vendor Report show you monthly sales by Vendor

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Which Cities Implemented the 3% Tax?

3/9/2017 12:00:00 AM +00:00

 

In November 2016, voters in many municipalities approved local marijuana taxes of 3 percent. Many of those municipalities decided to have us collect those taxes on their behalf. A list of those municipalities is available on our website.

Starting in with February’s payment for taxes collected in January: If your business is located in a municipality where we’re (DOR) responsible for the collection of the tax, you’ll include both your state and local taxes in your monthly payment. Using the marijuana tax payment voucher will help you determine your state and local taxes due. You can also print a voucher from your Revenue Online account (the same account you use to file your quarterly returns). When you put your monthly sales information into the quarterly return form, Revenue Online will automatically generate payment vouchers. We’ll apply the payments appropriately to your state and local taxes due after you file your quarterly return and we validate the information provided with your monthly payments.

If your business is located in a municipality that’s collecting its own taxes (Local), contact the municipality to find out how to file and pay your local taxes. You’re still required to make your pay monthly and file quarterly for your state taxes, regardless of how the local tax is being administered. If you're not sure if your local government has a marijuana tax, contact them as soon as possible to ensure you’re collecting the appropriate taxes from customers at the time of purchase.

We’ll continue to update our list as more municipalities determine how they’ll administer their local tax. Municipalities can change whether they have us collect on their behalf, but that change can only be made at the beginning or end of a calendar quarter. The local tax collection list on our website should be finalized by January 20 and will be in effect for first quarter 2017 payments (February, March, April) and return filing (April).

Thank you for your time and cooperation. Please contact us if you have any questions about local tax collections or marijuana tax requirements in general. You can also visit our website at www.oregon.gov/dor/marijuana for more information about Oregon’s marijuana tax.

 

 

 

Marijuana Tax Administration

 

Oregon Dept. of Revenue

 

marijuanaTAX.DOR@oregon.gov

 

503-947-2597

 

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Kathleen Afrika Majority Owner OMMPOS, Mom and Caregiver #InternationalWomensDay

3/8/2017 8:43:47 PM +00:00

Image may contain: 3 people, people smiling, closeup Kathleen Afrika is an Oregon Native, Co-Founder and majority shareholder of OMMPOS.com Oregon's first Marijuana Point of Sales System software company, 29 year old mother of 2 and caregiver to an OMMP patient.

Kathleen was born and raised in Hillsboro, Oregon where she grew up on a tree nursery and developed her love of nature. In 2015 Kathleen used her extensive knowledge of the retail and services industries to form OMMPOS with help from her husband and co-founder Raja Afrika.

Kathleen's courage, vision and determination have helped the Afrikas to survive homelessness and job loss and overcome many obsticles to grow her company. Today OMMPOS serves over 40 retail locations in Oregon and is one of the leading providers of Marijuana Retail Management Software in the state.

 

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Mobile Friendly Update.

3/3/2017 11:00:00 AM +00:00

How do we look? We just updated OMMPOS to work better with mobile devices. Our goal is to make this Point of Sale System the best mobile Marijuana POS available. Please send us a text or email and let us know what you think. - Raja (971) 276 - 3371 - raja@ommpos.com 

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Changes to testing requirements

3/2/2017 5:27:44 AM +00:00

The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, Oregon Medical Marijuana Program is temporarily adopting an administrative rule in chapter 333, division 7 pertaining to testing for Oregon Liquor Control Commission licensees. 
 
The Oregon Health Authority establishes rules and standards for testing marijuana items. This rule change permits only one out of three batches per harvest lot to be tested for pesticides for OLCC licensed producer and wholesalers. This reduced testing would only be permitted until August 28, 2017 or until permanent rules are adopted. 
 
This rulemaking is effective March 2, 2017 – August 28, 2017.
 
For more details, please see the full text of the rules at the following website: www.healthoregon.org/ommprules
 
If you have any questions or would prefer a hardcopy be sent, please contact PublicHealth.Rules@state.or.us. 
 

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OLCC Recreational Marijuana Program Update Reviewed

2/3/2017 5:41:16 PM +00:00

 Yesterday the OLCC hosted a Marijuana Update meeting. The meeting was attended by approximately 70 Producers, Processors, Wholesalers and Retailers. During the meeting the OLCC explained the breakdown of rules and responsibility between organizations like the OLCC, OHA, DOA and ODOR. After each presenter there was a question and answer session that was very enlightening.
 
New Licenses and License Renewals
 
The OLCC reports that there is a backlog in processing the various applications for licensing. During the first year the OLCC pulled inspectors from the Liquor side of affairs to make up for the backlog of applications. Now those auxiliary resources are returning to normal duty so expect a slowdown in the time that it takes to process a new or renewal application.
 
For those licensees who have a renewal date pending the OLCC recommends that you apply for renewal sooner rather than later. There is a critical 20-day window for renewal. If you apply for license renewal with more than 20 days left on your license, then you can continue to operate even if it takes the OLCC more than 20 days to process your license renewal, however if there is less than 20 days left before you apply for renewal then you will have to close operations after your expiration date until the OLCC is able to process your renewal. Again, apply with more than 20 days on your license and keep operating. Apply with less than 20 days on your license and shut down when your license expires until after the OLCC can process your application.
 
METRC
 
The OLCC warms that there are a lot of reporting irregularities in METRC and that they will be beginning to crack down on these errors soon with fines. The example provided was that of the producer who harvested a plant 6 months ago and never applied a tag. Please be sure to keep your METRC reporting accurate and up-to-date to avoid penalties.
 
Pre-rolls
 
TJ Sheehy of the OLCC says that pre-rolls should always be weight-based. Many dispensaries log pre-rolls as unit or combined-each in METRC but this is incorrect. All pre-rolls should be weight-based.
 
Tags
 
IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO APPLY YOUR OWN TAG OVER A VENDOR TAG. If you receive a package from a vendor and that package has a package tag you can use the METRC package tag in OMMPOS. You do not need to re-package packages received from Vendors.                                                                                                                      
 
Employees
 
The OLCC emphasized that it is the licensee’s responsibility to ensure that ALL employees of your organization are registered in METRC and that all employees who handle Marijuana possess a valid Marijuana Handler’s card.
 
For questions about the rules the OLCC recommends visiting WhatsLegalOregon.com
 
For question about how we can help you keep your dispensary compliant contact Raja (971) 276 – 3371 or visit us at http://ommpos.com 

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NEW: Revenue Online E-File

1/8/2017 7:42:50 AM +00:00

Now with our new OMMP E-file you can report your quaterly taxes electronically. OMMPOS intergrates with the Department of Revenue's Online OMMP SYSTEM. Report your taxes to the Department of Revenue with 1-click.

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DEA BANS CBD? FALSE

12/16/2016 12:54:27 AM +00:00

Basically what is happening is an internal DEA accounting change in how they track Cannabis Extracts.

There appears to be a proliferation of misleading news with the headline :The DEA Just Banned CBD."

We searched the internet and have been unable to find this story on any major news outlets. It is my opinion that this news is false news or at least intentionally misleading.

Here is what we have been able to figure out with 15 minutes of searching with BING.

CBD being derived from Marijuana is a schedule 1 substance under Federal law. States like Oregon, California, Washington, Colorado and Massachusetts will have legal CBD products because Marijuana has been legalized recreationally in these states. In states where Marijuana is not recreationally or at least medically legal it would be illegal to possess CBD products.

Of course the postal service is a federal institution so sending CBD products through the post would violate federal law as would be transporting CBD or any other Marijuana containing product across state lines.

Basically nothing has changed.

We found this article describing the DEA Easing regulations for CBD research
DEA Eases Requirements for FDA-Approved Clinical Trials on Cannabidiol

DEA.gov / Headquarters News Releases, 12/23/15

and this source article with DEA commentary on Cannabis Extracts.
Rules - 2016 - Establishment of a New Drug Code

Take Deep Breaths. Hope this helps. This is my opinion and not legal advice.


- Raja Afrika (971) 276 - 3371

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CYBER MONDAY SALE!

11/27/2016 12:36:37 AM +00:00

Save big with our best prices of the year on Point of Sale for your OHA or OLCC Retail Dispensary.

Learn More.

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New Hardware Recommendations

11/3/2016 8:38:11 AM +00:00

We have updated our hardware recommendations. The new recommendations provide solutions for easier receipt and label printing. Learn More In Our Hardware Recommendations.

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Changes to OMMPOS Logins

10/29/2016 1:09:21 AM +00:00

We have update the way that yuo login to OMMPOS. Now logging in as the store manager will grant access to the store but you still need to login as an employee. The deault password is 1234.

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OLCC Releases Guidance on Switching From Medical Marijuana Dispensary to OLCC Retail

9/15/2016 11:30:17 PM +00:00

 

Switching From Medical Marijuana Dispensary to OLCC Retail?

 

Tax Rate Changes, New Tax Filing Process Are Coming

The Department of Revenue wants to help the marijuana industry understand the changes in the tax collection process if they convert from operating as an Oregon Health Authority medical marijuana dispensary to a marijuana retailer in the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) regulatory environment.

 

 

 

Different Tax Rates for OHA Dispensaries & OLCC Retailers

 

Once an OLCC license becomes effective, the taxes you collect on your customers’ purchases of marijuana and marijuana products will change. The "Early Start" rate now in place for medical marijuana dispensaries is 25 percent, but the retailer rate is 17 percent. You should charge your customers the lower 17 percent rate when your OLCC license takes effect.

 

 

 

Filing Tax Returns – Transitioning from Dispensary to Retail

 

Whether you remain a Medical Marijuana Dispensary or become a Marijuana Retailer you’re still responsible for filing tax returns with the Department of Revenue.

 

What and how you must file depends on when you transition. If your OLCC retailer license takes effect on October 1, 2016, you should electronically file your first retail tax return for the 4th quarter of 2016 on Revenue Online. You should also file your final return as a dispensary for the 3rd quarter of 2016 using Form OR-581.

 

If you’re transitioning at the end of 2016 and your final day of sales as a medical marijuana dispensary is December 31, 2016, and your OLCC retail license takes effect on January 1, 2017, you should electronically file your first retail tax return for first quarter 2017 using Revenue Online, and for the dispensary’s operation for the 4th quarter of 2016 file a Form OR-581.

 

For any other transition scenario, you’ll be required to file two returns for the 4th quarter: one on paper for the 25-percent tax rate and one electronically on Revenue Online for the 17 percent rate.

 

You will want to keep detailed sales records to track when your tax rate changed, so that you can accurately file reports for the two tax rates.

 

Please contact the Department of Revenue at marijuanatax.DOR@oregon.gov with any questions.

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OLCC Creates Recreational Marijuana Packaging & Labeling Video

9/3/2016 5:09:33 AM +00:00

The OLCC has produced a video version of its Packaging and Labeling workshop.  The video, which runs about one hour, contains information on the requirements for packaging and labeling as well as the submission process to get them approved.

The video can also be directly accessed on the OLCC YouTube Channel.

The OLCC also has also updated the OLCC Approved Package List, as well as produced short update on the packaging and labeling submission process.

Technical questions about packaging and labeling can be sent tomarijuana.packaging@oregon.gov

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OHA Releases Guidelines on Advertising

8/22/2016 9:50:45 PM +00:00

INFORMATION BULLETIN 2016-24 

August 12, 2016  

To:  Medical Marijuana Dispensaries, Processors, and Interested Parties 

From:   Oregon Medical Marijuana Program 

Subject:  Advertising Requirements and Restrictions  

The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) would like to inform all dispensaries, processors, growers and interested parties of advertising requirements and restrictions. These rules apply to all forms of advertising. Rules regarding advertising may be found under OAR 333-008-2070. http://www.healthoregon.org/ommprules  

All advertising by a registrant must include the following statements:

  • Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of marijuana. 
  • Keep marijuana out of the reach of children.  

 A registrant may not have advertising that:

  •  Contains statements that are deceptive, false, or misleading. 
  •  Contains any content that can reasonably be considered to target minors;
    •  This includes but is not limited to using cartoon characters, toys, or similar images and items typically marketed towards minors in the advertisement. 
  •  Specifically encourages the transportation of marijuana items across state lines. 
  •  Assert that marijuana items are safe or safer for reasons including but not limited to because they are regulated by the Authority or have been tested by a certified laboratory. 
  • Make claims that a marijuana item has curative or therapeutic effects unless the claim is supported by the totality of publicly available scientific evidence (including evidence from well-designed studies conducted in a manner consistent with generally recognized scientific procedures and principles) and for which there is significant scientific agreement among experts qualified by scientific training and experience to evaluate such claims; 
    • This includes explicit or suggested claims related to a disease or condition. Examples are “relieves symptoms of depression” or “cures cancer”.
    • Unsubstantiated health claims cannot be used as part of a company’s business name.  
  •  Show consumption of marijuana items. 

A registrant may not make any deceptive, false, or misleading assertions or statements on any product, any sign, or any document provided to a patient, caregiver, or to an individual.  

If a registrant is found to be in violation of any of the advertising rules, OMMP will notify the registrant and specify a reasonable time period for the registrant to remove any sign, display or advertisement. If the sign, display or advertisement is not removed or an advertising issue continues, the registrant will be issued civil penalties of up to $500 a day or may have their registration suspended.

Source: https://content.govdelivery.com/attachments/ORDHS/2016/08/12/file_attachments/602345/Informational%2BBulletin%2B2016-24%2BAdvertising%2BRequirements%2Band%2BRestrictions.pdf

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Marijuana tax drops to 17% on October 1st!

8/11/2016 1:54:34 AM +00:00

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October 1, 2016 Compliance Deadline Approaching for Packaging, Labeling, Early Retail Sales and Food Safety

8/4/2016 8:57:08 PM +00:00

Labeling

Starting October 1, 2016, all cannabinoid products, concentrates and extracts must be compliant with labeling rules found in OAR 333-007-0010 to 333-007-0100, see also 333-0081200(8) and 333-008-1740(10). 

For Dispensaries:  Any marijuana items in a dispensary that do not meet the new division 7 labeling requirements on October 1st must be returned to whoever transferred them or the dispensary must dispose of the products. The dispensary must document any returns or disposal of products.

Packaging

Starting October 1, 2016, all marijuana items, except immature plants and seeds, must be packaged per OLCC packaging rules found in OAR 845-025-7000 to 845-025-7060.  Also see OAR 333-008-1200(8) and 333-008-1740(10).  

What does this mean?  

A dispensary or processor who packages marijuana items for ultimate sale to a consumer, patient, or caregiver must transfer all marijuana items in OLCC approved child-resistant packaging starting October 1, 2016. This includes flower and all other marijuana products but excludes immature plants and seeds. A dispensary may use child-resistant exit packaging to comply with the rules. It is a business decision between the processor and the dispensary regarding who should provide the child-resistant packaging.   

A guide is available on the OLCC website that explains the packaging rules in more detail and reviews the pre-approval process. The OLCC opened the packaging pre-approval process on August 2, 2016. Please visit the OLCC website for more information: http://www.oregon.gov/olcc/marijuana/Pages/PackagingLabelingPreApproval.aspx 

Early Retail Sales 

A dispensary may only participate in early retail sales until December 31, 2016. OAR 333-0081500(5)(6) 

What does this mean?  

Starting January 1, 2017, an OHA registered medical marijuana dispensary can only sell marijuana items to OMMP patients and caregivers.  Sales made to anyone other than registered patients and caregivers will result in enforcement action against the dispensary.  

After December 31, 2017, if a dispensary wishes to continue selling marijuana items to adults 21 years of age and older and also to medical marijuana patients and caregivers at the same location, they must be licensed by OLCC. Please visit the OLCC website for information. www.marijuana.oregon.gov   

Dispensaries and Food Safety

On and after October 1, 2016, all dispensaries that sell edibles must obtain a food safety license from the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA). OAR 333-008-1200(9)

What does this mean? 

In order for a dispensary to apply with ODA, every edible item the dispensary sells must have been made in an ODA approved kitchen. For more information, please contact ODA at 503986-4565 or visit the ODA cannabis website: https://www.oregon.gov/ODA/agriculture/Pages/Cannabis.aspx   

Violations and Enforcement

Any registered dispensary, processor, grower, patient or caregiver that is found to be violating any of the rules may be subject to civil penalties and/or have their registration suspended or revoked. OAR 333-008-2180 through 333-008-2200.  

All rules related to medical marijuana may be found on the OMMP’s rule page at:  www.healthoregon.org/ommprules

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October 1, 2016 Compliance Deadline Approaching for Transferring, Concentration Limits and Testing

8/4/2016 8:46:33 PM +00:00

October 1, 2016 Compliance Deadline Approaching for Transferring, Labeling, Concentration Limits, Packaging and Testing

The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) is approaching a compliance deadline of October 1, 2016, for transferring, labeling, setting concentration limits, packaging and testing of marijuana and marijuana products.

The next 60 days serves as a transition period to allow registrants to move into compliance with new rules. All rules related to medical marijuana may be found on the OMMP’s rule page at: www.healthoregon.org/ommprules

Transferring Cannabinoid Products, Concentrates and Extracts

Beginning October 1, 2016, dispensaries may only accept transfers of cannabinoid products, concentrates and extracts from a registered processing site. OAR 333-008-1230(2). On or after October 1, 2016, dispensaries may continue to sell already stocked cannabinoid products, concentrates and extracts that were transferred from unregistered processors to the dispensary prior to October 1, 2016, but the products, concentrates and extracts must meet labeling, concentration limits, packaging and testing rules found in division 7 as outlined below

Testing

Starting October 1, 2016, all marijuana items must be sampled and tested according to OAR 333-007-0300 to 333-007-0490 and OAR 333-064-0100 to 333-064-0110.  On and after October 1, 2016, any laboratory that tests marijuana items must be accredited by ORELAP and licensed by OLCC. Only accredited and licensed laboratories may sample and test marijuana items. A list of accredited and licensed laboratories will be made available on the OMMP laboratories web page. http://public.health.oregon.gov/DiseasesConditions/ChronicDisease/MedicalMarijuanaProgram /Pages/laboratories.aspx  

For Dispensaries:  On or after October 1, 2016, a dispensary may continue to sell marijuana items that were not sampled and tested by an accredited and licensed laboratory if:  The items are transferred to the dispensary before October 1, 2016; The items comply with the concentration limits, labeling and packaging rules found in division 7 of the rules; and The items are labeled with a label that reads “DOES NOT MEET NEW TESTING REQUIREMENTS” in 12-point font, and in bold, capital letters.  

A dispensary will only be allowed to transfer these products to patients, caregivers and consumers until January 1, 2017.  

Concentration Limits

Beginning October 1, 2016, all cannabinoid products, cannabinoid concentrates or extracts must meet the concentration limits as outlined in OAR 333-007-0200 and 333-007-0220. Lowdose cannabinoid edibles sold to retail customers from medical dispensaries during the early start period must continue to meet the definition found in OAR 333-008-1500(1)(k).

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OMMPOS Publishes Hardware Recommendations

7/14/2016 3:32:38 PM +00:00

CLICK HERE to view our Amazon Hardware list!

OMMPOS works with Windows, Mac, IOS, Andriod and Windows Phone

There is a good chance that OMMPOS will work with your existing hardware.

We can help you with your hardware selection. Just let us know.

Raja (971) 276 - 3371. raja@ommpos.com

CLICK HERE to view our Amazon Hardware list!

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OLCC Packaging and Labeling Workshops Kickoff Today in Eugene;

7/11/2016 7:34:50 PM +00:00

 The workshops will provide:

  • An overview of the OLCC Recreational Marijuana Rules, including recent changes, and how the changes will affect existing packaging requirements
  • A preview of new OHA Rules and possible implications for labeling requirements
  • A step-by-step explanation of how to use the online application system
  • Question and answer session  

Registration is required for the workshops: 

Eugene, Lane Community College, Center for Meeting and Learning, on Monday, July 11, 2016 from 1 to 4 p.m.   (Seating Available) 

Ashland, Southern Oregon University, Stevenson Union, Rogue River Room on Tuesday, July 12, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.   (Seating Available)

Bend, Riverhouse on the Deschutes Convention Center, on Thursday, July 14, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.   (Seating Available) 

Portland, OLCC Headquarters at 9079 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Portland, OR 97222 on Tuesday, July 19, 2016 at 9 a.m. & 1 p.m. sessions   (NO Seating Available)

Portland, OLCC Headquarters at 9079 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Portland, OR 97222 on Thursday, July 21, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.   (Seating Available)

Participants can register for the events here

An OLCC Marijuana Packaging and Labeling Guide can be downloaded from the OLCC Recreational Marijuana Packaging and Labeling website. 

Questions about packaging and labeling can be emailed to:  marijuana.packaging@oregon.gov 

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DOR Quaterly Marijuana Tax Report

7/7/2016 7:40:30 PM +00:00

First quarter returns were due May 2, 2016. If you haven't already done so, file a Quarterly Marijuana Tax Return as soon as possible. Your second quarter tax return is due August 1, 2016.

You can file your Quaterly Marijuana Tax return automatically by logging in to OMMPOS and clicking Reports > Q2 Marijuana Quaterly Tax Return. #Easy

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OLCC Marijuana Labeling Rules

7/6/2016 7:46:36 PM +00:00

All products sold from your dispensary have to have labels compliant with OAR 333-007-0010 to 333-007-0110. The OLCC requires non-generic labels (labels containing your company logo) to be pre-approved before you can use them on your products. OMMPOS produces generic labels that do not require OLCC pre-approval and are automatically complaiant. Use OMMPOS to produce compliant labels with both OHA and OLCC regulations automatically.

Read more: https://services.oregon.gov/olcc/marijuana/Documents/Packaging_Labeling_Presentation.pdf

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OLCC Retail Sales Rules Go Into Effect Today

6/30/2016 11:37:04 PM +00:00

 

The OLCC has rules regarding labels. Custom product labels have to be approved by the OLCC. OMMPOS uses generic labels that do not require pre-approval from the OLCC. Use OMMPOS.com for easy compliant labels.

The OLCC has released the offical Recreational Marijuana Rules. See details below.

Oregon's Recreational Marijuana Rules, OAR 845 - Division 25, effective June 30, 2016, are now available on OLCC's website.

 

OAR 845 - Division 25

 

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The New OHA Report is Easy

6/24/2016 5:23:13 PM +00:00

Here are instructions for how to send the report  new report to the OHA: 

-          Login to OMMPOS

-          Click REPORTS

-          Under OHA Reports click OMMP Transfers Report

-          The Report opens

-          Save the report as an excel file by clicking the dropdown arrow next to the Save icon

-          Email the downloaded Excel file to OMMP.DispensaryReporting@dhsoha.state.or.us

That’s it!

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OMMP Eases the Waiting Pains

6/11/2016 11:43:26 PM +00:00

As of June 2nd 2016 the OMMP Authority began issue receipts for patients who have completed their appliction process. This receipt has the same legal effectiveness as an OMMP card pursuant to Oregon Law 2016 Chapter 24 Section  9.

So when patients show up with receipts, don't turn them away! More info:

Informational Bulletin 2016-15 Issuing Receipt for Complete Patient Applications.pdf

OMMP Transfers Report Due July 1st

Our new OMMP Transfer Report makes it easy to report your dispensary's transfer data to the OMMP. Just log in, click Reports and then click OMMP Transfers Report and you are done!

Try it today.

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First Metrc CTS Certified POS System in Oregon

5/26/2016 12:29:43 AM +00:00

All licensees in Oregon’s Recreational Marijuana system are required to use the Cannabis Tracking  System (CTS).  Oregon law requires the CTS be used to ensure that marijuana and marijuana products  grown within the licensed system do not leak out to the unregulated market.

The API allows Oregon licensees who prefer to transmit daily CTS data electronically to update the state  data system without the need for additional updating by manual data entry.

We just received word today from Metrc that OMMPOS is the first licensed Point of Sale System in Oregon! To celebrate we are offering a deep discount on our service; $50 per month (regularly $150 per month). Sign up now and take advantage of this great price!

Register Your Dispensary Now

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OMMPOS now has Compliant Receipts

5/24/2016 12:00:00 AM +00:00

On 5/20/16 the Oregon Department of Revenue issued new requirements for Oregon Marijuana dispensaries participating in early retail sales. Stores are now required to offer customers receipts that contain information about the store name and address, products, tax and category information.

We have updated our receipts so that your receipts are now automatically compliant.

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Welcome to our New Blog

5/23/2016 12:00:00 AM +00:00

We created a new blog to help keep you up-to-date on all of the new updates coming out of our POS system.

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Using OMMPOS helps to make a dispensary fully complaint with the record-keeping and reporting aspects of the following Oregon statutes affecting medical marijuana dispensaries

3/25/2016 12:00:00 AM +00:00

Updates to OAR 333-008

  • New requirement for inventory tracking integrated wth point of sale, producing bar codes (OAR 333-008-1200)
  • Dispensary may only accepts laboratory test results from a laboratory listed on the program website (OAR 333-008-9000)
  • PRD must submit electronically, each month, inventory and transfer amounts across broad spectrum of criteria (OAR 333-008-1248)

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