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U.S. Attorney for Oregon Stepping Up Enforcement to Curb Cannabis Trafficking & Diversion

U.S. Attorney for Oregon Stepping Up Enforcement to Curb Cannabis Trafficking & Diversion

TG Branfalt

U.S. Attorney for Oregon Billy Williams has announced five priority areas of enforcing federal law in the state, including what his office sees as threats to public safety and interstate trafficking, the Argus Observer reports. Williams outlined his concerns about the state’s industry in a January op-ed in the Oregonian and those concerns are reflected in his enforcement directive.

The state Liquor Control Commission is also stepping up enforcement efforts. A February audit of the commission’s cannabis regulation and tracking systems by the Secretary of State’s Office found issues with the OLCC’s ability to monitor the program, which has allegedly allowed product diversion to persist.

U.S. Attorney for Oregon Stepping Up Enforcement to Curb Cannabis Trafficking & Diversion






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