New Hashish Testing Guidelines in Oregon Efficient March 31, 2022 – MJNews Community

OREGON: The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission has updated the Cannabis Tracking System (Metrc) Sampling and Testing Guide to reflect testing rule changes from the Oregon Health Authority.

The updated guide can be found here.

Information about the OHA rule changes follows below.

OLCC Recreational Marijuana Licensees and Oregon Medical Marijuana Program registrants required to use Metrc should familiarize themselves with the changes before they take effect March 31, 2022.

OHA logo The Oregon Health Authority writes rules for testing cannabis that effect both the medical and recreational market. Newly adopted testing rules will go into effect March 31, 2022, that make many changes to testing.Link to OHA Medical Marijuana Information Bulletin 2022-01

This bulletin is a summary of the major changes and should not be relied on solely. You may review the testing rules, found in Division 7 and 64, in full at healthoregon.org/ommprules.

In addition, guidance documents are available to help understand sampling changes, Metrc changes related to testing, what to do with failed items, and an outline of the new tests along with a timeline. All guides can be found at healthoregon.org/marijuanatesting

For more details, please see the full text of the rules and corresponding rulemaking documents at the following website:

Healthoregon.org/ommprules If you have any questions or would prefer a hardcopy be sent, please contact [email protected]

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