Oregon’s U.S. Attorney says he has “significant concerns” about state’s marijuana regs and enforcement

Oregon’s U.S. Attorney says he has “significant concerns” about state’s marijuana regs and enforcement

Billy J. Williams, the United States Attorney for the District of Oregon, said in an editorial published Friday that he has concerns about the state’s marijuana regulatory structure, and current enforcement practices.

In an editorial published January 12 on OregonLive.com, Williams wrote, “I have significant concerns about the state’s current regulatory framework and the resources allocated to policing marijuana in Oregon.”

Oregon’s U.S. Attorney says he has “significant concerns” about state’s marijuana regs and enforcement






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