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After OLCC Inspections, 41 Oregon Cannabis Growers Face Losing Their License

After OLCC Inspections, 41 Oregon Cannabis Growers Face Losing Their License

Josh Jardine | Dec 5, 2018

Operation Good Harvest—AKA “I Like To Watch”—has concluded, a first-time undertaking which sent OLCC inspectors onto the outdoor farms of recreational cannabis producers across the state to inspect, verify, and validate that growers were in full compliance. How did it go? Mmm… not so great.

Marijuana Business daily summed it all up nicely, reporting that the OLCC sent out their bevy of stem-troopers between September and November to investigate 354 growers, or 56 percent of Oregon’s 628 outdoor and mixed-use recreational cannabis producers. Much like my mother reviewing my scholastic reports, the OLCC was both mad and very, very disappointed, knowing that the growers could have done better, and promising some serious penalties if things don’t turn around pretty darn quickly.

After OLCC Inspections, 41 Oregon Cannabis Growers Face Losing Their License






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