Severability of ORS 475C.005 to 475C.525
(2)The commission shall make the map described in subsection (1) of this section available to law enforcement agencies in this state and public employees and officials who are responsible for the enforcement of state and local laws regulating industrial hemp or marijuana. [2021 c.542 §40]
(a)At a location that is not confirmed by the Oregon Health Authority, the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission or the State Department of Agriculture to be the location of an industrial hemp operation registered or licensed under ORS 571.281 (Grower and handler license), a premises for which a license was issued under ORS 475B.090 [renumbered 475C.085 (Processor license)] or a marijuana grow site registered under ORS 475B.810 [renumbered 475C.792 (Marijuana grow site registration system)]; and
(b)In an amount that is not allowed by state law.
(2)Unlawful production of marijuana is a Class A misdemeanor.
(3)Marijuana or industrial hemp that is unlawfully produced, as described in subsection (1) of this section, is considered contraband and may be destroyed by a law enforcement agency. [2021 c.542 §41]
(2)The department may order a person registered or licensed under ORS 571.281 (Grower and handler license) to destroy any cannabis plants located at an industrial hemp operation for which the person described in this subsection is responsible if the cannabis plants are presumptively considered to be marijuana under the methodology adopted pursuant to subsection (1) of this section. [2021 c.542 §41a]
Section 475C.525 — Severability of ORS 475C.005 to 475C.525,