Oregon secretary of state plans to audit marijuana program

Oregon secretary of state plans to audit marijuana program

September 21, 2017 | Noelle Crombie

Oregon’s enforcement of marijuana production and sales will get its first audit from the secretary of state.

The audit will offer an official look at how well Oregon regulates its marijuana program, which is run by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission.

The audit will look at how the state keeps track of the largely cash-based industry, including the effectiveness of its financial regulations, whether regulators are keeping close tabs on the amount of marijuana produced and whether the state provides timely and appropriate guidance to marijuana businesses.

Oregon secretary of state plans to audit marijuana program






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