Audit of Oregon’s Marijuana Program Shows Regulators Fail to Meet Basic Standards


A new audit says Oregon’s marijuana program has failed to keep up with mandatory inspections, its weak testing system threatens to expose consumers to contaminants and regulators have done little to address black market diversion. The audit, released by the secretary of state Wednesday, examined Oregon’s regulation of the legal cannabis market since voters said yes to legalization in 2014. The legal market has so far generated $207 million in tax revenue.

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