Oregon medical marijuana patients who work at dispensaries will no longer be allowed to vape or smoke under rules proposed by the state health authority.
In response to the state’s Indoor Clean Air Act, the Oregon Health Authority’s proposed dispensary rules prohibit smoking, vaporizing or inhaling cannabis products by dispensary employees who are medical marijuana patients.
They may still consume tinctures or marijuana-infused edibles. Employees can’t consume in an area of the dispensary that is visible to the public outside of the establishment or visible to patients or caregivers.[Read more at the Portland Oregonian]
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