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Mandatory reports are DUE July 10, and there are harsh penalties for failure to do so.
(PORTLAND, Ore.) - The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) will be providing an overview of its new online reporting system across the State.
The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) at the Oregon Health Authority has scheduled a series of public meetings around the state to present its new online inventory reporting system for marijuana and marijuana products. See below for a list of when and where the presentations will be held.
New reporting rules that took effect March 1 (OAR 333-008-0630, 333-008-1248 and 333-008-1830) require growers, dispensaries and processors to report to OMMP information about the production and transfer of medical marijuana.
The first online submission is due July 10, 2016, for transfers that occurred during June 2016.
Subsequent reporting is due on a monthly basis by the 10th of each month.
During May and June, OMMP staff members will offer several in-person state-wide presentations on the OMMP inventory reporting system.
The presentations will provide guidance and training on how to use the system, what information must be reported, and clarification on transfer rules.
The presentations also will show growers how to register online. Each presentation will last about 45 minutes, with time afterward to assist growers with setting up online accounts.
The presentations and trainings will occur on the following dates and locations:
A new reporting web page will be available on the program's website at http://www.healthoregon.org/ommp starting May 20. A PowerPoint overview of the online reporting system also will be available by May 20 on the OMMP website.
Growers, dispensaries and processors that fail to comply with the new rules can have their registration card or certificate revoked or suspended. Civil penalties of up to $500 per day also can be imposed.
For more information and updates, visit the program's website at http://www.healthoregon.org/ommp.
Source: Oregon Health Authority
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