Oregon Measure 67 allows for the legal possession, use, and growing, of medical marijuana within Oregon. Patients who obtain a state issued Oregon medical marijuana license may legally posses up to 24 ounces of medical cannabis at any one time, use medical marijuana legally in their private residence, and designate a primary caregiver to assist in growing up to six (6) mature marijuana plants, and up to eighteen (18) seedlings or starter plants (a plant no more than 12” in height and 12” in diameter is considered a seedling or starter). Oregon medical marijuana patients may also, legally, grow up to six (6) medical cannabis plants in their own private residence. An Oregon medical marijuana license does not share reciprocity with other medical marijuana states; however, the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled that out of state patients may apply for an Oregon Medical Marijuana Card. Further, Oregon medical marijuana patients may not sell medical cannabis to other medical marijuana patients, unless listed as that patient’s primary caregiver. A medical marijuana license does not guarantee immunity from workplace restriction on the use of medical marijuana; or housing restriction on the possession, growing, or use of medical cannabis. Driving under the influence of cannabis is prohibited under Oregon Measure 64. Potential Oregon medical cannabis patients should consult with a physician, or medical cannabis registration company, to determine qualification into the Oregon State Medical Marijuana Registry Program.