Oregon defends legal marijuana market to feds

Oregon defends legal marijuana market to feds

June 13, 2017 | Noelle Crombie

High-level state officials met recently with the U.S. attorney for Oregon to defend the state’s efforts to regulate marijuana in a state notorious for black market trafficking.

The session, disclosed publicly Monday, took place as the Trump administration re-examines the federal government’s approach to marijuana enforcement.

U.S. Attorney Billy Williams requested the meeting with top aides in Brown’s office in late May to discuss a draft report by the state police that found Oregon remains a top national source for black market cannabis.

Oregon defends legal marijuana market to feds






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