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Alcohol & Marijuana Control Office

Task Force On Recreational Marijuana

Advisory Task Force on Recreational Marijuana Report

Next Meeting: February 6 2023 11:00am
Zoom Link: 
Location: via Zoom
Meeting ID: 847 4483 2966
Passcode: 283534
Agenda: Force Agenda 02.06.2023.pdf

January 23rd Meeting Documents/Notes:
Task Force Meeting Minutes 12/27/2022
Task Force Meeting Minutes 1/9/2023
Task Force Meeting Minutes 1/23/2023

Advisory Task Force on Recreational Marijuana Report

Retail Sales by Product Type - 2020 Alaska Production
Retail Sales by Product Type - 2021 Alaska Production
Retail Sales by Product Type - 2022 Alaska Production

 Department of Revenue Marijuana Tax Change Analysis

January 9th Meeting Documents/Notes:
MMCC Non-Delta 9 THC Report
Oregon Task Force Report
Washington Hemp Report
Virginia Task Force Report 
Colorado Task Force Report
Task Force Recommendations By Leif Abel
Task Force Recommendations By Nick Miller
Distilled Spirits Council Tax Briefs
Utah Medical Cannabis

December 19th Meeting Documents/Notes:
Navigating the Complexities of Hemp & Cannabis Regulation: The New Cannabinoid Industry Presentation
Senate Bill 22-205: Intoxicating Hemp and Tetrahydrocannabinol Products
Meeting Minutes

December 12th Meeting Documents/Notes:
Intoxicating hemp edibles found in Anchorage stores
Second Substitute House Bill 1668
Second Substitute House Bill 5547
December 12th Meeting Minutes

Colorado Regulations "SB 22-205 Intoxicating Hemp And Tetrahydrocannabinol Products""

Colorado regulations "SB 22-205 Meeting Documents"

Ryan Tunseth  OR  475c.009 Definitions for ORS 475c.005 to 475c.525. As used in ORS 475c.005 to 475c.525: (1) “Adult use cannabinoid” includes, but is not limited to, tetrahydrocannabinols, Tetrahydrocannabinolic acids that are artificially or naturally derived, delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinols , delta-9- tetrahydrocannabinols , the optical isomers of delta-8- tetrahydrocannabinols or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinols and any artificially derived cannabinoid that is reasonably determined to have an intoxicating effect.

Aaron Stiassny - CA -““THC” and comparable cannabis is broadly defined to include tetrahydrocannabinol, and tetrahydrocannabidiol, including delta-9-THC. The molecule, traditionally recognized as THC, as well as its isomers delta-8-THC and delta-10-THC and any other cannabinoid except CBD. That California and the Department of Health determines causes intoxication. The Department may exclude from the definition of THC and THC isomers that does not cause intoxication."

December 5th Meeting Documents:
RESIN: Revenue Estimates Sales Inventory Numbers
Meeting Minutes 12/5/2022