Senate Bill 582 aims to give Oregon a head-start on shipping marijuana between individual states if the Department of Justice ever decides to tolerate such actions. As of right now, it remains federally prohibited.
According to the bill’s text, it only applies to agreements made between states where such marijuana transactions are explicitly authorized.
One revenue impact statement made in connection with SB 582 indicates that the possibility of Oregon making a profit is unknown. “The likelihood of losing revenue is as strong as the probability of gaining revenue…” economist Mazen Malik determined.
Another fiscal impact statement prepared by Meg Buschman-Reinhold stated the consequences of the bill related to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission is “indeterminate.”
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