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Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM)
ACMM Meeting

About the Committee

The Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM) was established with the passing of Senate Bill 1085 during the 2005 legislative session and became effective January 1, 2006. The Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana consists of 11 members who have been appointed by the DHS Director.
Members of the board represent registered patients, designated primary caregivers, persons responsible for a grow site, and advocates of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act (OMMA). See public meeting notice for next meeting. 


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ACMM Board Members

Date Term Expires
Chair: Ben Mackaness 12/31/2015
Vice Chair: Cheryl Smith 12/31/2016
Sarah Bennett 12/31/2016
Sandee Burbank 12/31/2014
Todd Dalotto​ 12/31/2016​
Laird Funk 12/31/2014
Gerry Lehrburger, M.D. 12/31/2014
Brian Michaels 12/31/2015
Arthur Richards 12/31/2017


Mission and Bylaws

  • The mission of the Committee is to advise the Director, Department of Human Services (DHS) on the administrative aspects of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program ACMM Meeting Minutes (OMMP), review current and proposed administrative rules of the program and provide annual input on the fee structure of the program.
  • ACMM Bylaws (pdf)

ACMM Meeting Minutes


ACMM Correspondence

Port of Portland response to the ACMM regarding their policy on Medical Marijuana: view the letter (pdf)  

Contact Details

Contact the ACMM:
The ACMM is not a referral service.  Please do not request that ACMM members refer you to a physician, advocate group or to an attorney.

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Any email sent to the ACMM is a public record and may be subject to disclosure under the Oregon Public Records Act, ORS 192.410 to 192.505. Do NOT send any information to this email address that you would not want shared with the public.