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Can Non-Oregon Residents Get Psilocybin Licenses?

Our psychedelics team routinely fields questions from non-Oregon residents looking for Oregon psilocybin licenses. However, one of Measure 109‘s more infamous requirements is its residency requirement. These provisions require that, until January 1, 2025, manufacturing facilities and service centers must have majority ownership by individual(s) who have resided in Oregon for at least two years.

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Oregon Proposed Psilocybin Rules, Part 6: Tracking, Advertising, Prohibited Conduct

This is the sixth and final installment in my write-up of the proposed Oregon psilocybin program rules. This post will cover product transportation and tracking, advertising, prohibited conduct, and penalties. I’ll skip waste management. As with earlier installments in this series (linked below), this post will highlight key areas and skip or skim less prominent

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Oregon Proposed Psilocybin Rules, Part 5: Facilitators, Sessions, Dosing

Welcome to the penultimate installment in my write-up of the proposed Oregon psilocybin program rules. This post focuses on facilitators and related client matters. It does not canvass the already-adopted rules related to facilitator licensing, which we covered back in April. As with earlier installments in this series (see links below), this post will highlight

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Oregon Proposed Psilocybin Rules: Part 4 (Service Centers)

Welcome to the fourth installment in my write-up of the proposed Oregon psilocybin program rules. I’m jumping in midstream from where I left off last week. See links at the bottom of this blog post. Similar to those installments, I will highlight the major areas today, and skip or skim less prominent stuff. This post

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Oregon Proposed Psilocybin Rules: Part 3

Welcome to the third installment in my write-up of the proposed Oregon psilocybin program rules. I’m jumping in midstream from where I left off the last few days in Part 1 and Part 2. Similar to those installments, I will highlight the major areas, and skip or skim less prominent stuff. This batch of proposed

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Oregon Proposed Psilocybin Rules: Part 2

This is the second installment in my write-up of the proposed Oregon psilocybin program rules. I’m jumping in midstream from where I left off yesterday in Part 1. Similar to that installment, I will highlight the major areas, and skip or skim less prominent stuff. This batch of proposed rules is 65 pages, after all.

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Oregon Proposed Psilocybin Rules: Part 1

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) released the rest of its draft psilocybin rules as predicted a few weeks back. We’ve had a minute to look at them. This post and the next few will cover some of the high points. In general, OHA did a good job implementing the Oregon Psilocybin Advisory Board’s (“Board”) recommendations

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Oregon Psilocybin Calendar: All Proposed Rules This Week!

This will be one of the most important weeks for Oregon psilocybin to date, at least from a news and public information perspective. This is because we expect the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to publish all remaining proposed administrative rules for the Oregon psilocybin program. The forthcoming rules should cover everything outlined in Measure 109

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Oregon Psilocybin Business Issues, Part 5

Welcome to the fifth installment in this series surveying business and regulatory issues in the Oregon psilocybin program. Today I will cover intellectual property considerations for Oregon psilocybin businesses. My law firm has written and presented many hundreds of times on intellectual property and controlled substances over the years. Mostly, this material focused on the

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Oregon Psilocybin Culture and Anthropology: Research Subcommittee Meeting Notes

Since January 1, 2021, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has engaged in a two-year development phase, creating regulations based on Ballot Measure 109. There are five subcommittees covering different aspects of the emerging psilocybin industry including research, health equity, manufacturing, training, and licensing. In this post, we will cover the most recent Research Subcommittee meeting