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Oregon Cannabis Business Council Founder Has Marijuana Workers Permit Revoked

Oregon Cannabis Business Council Founder Has Marijuana Workers Permit Revoked

The President of the Oregon Cannabis Business Council and former owner and operator of the now shuttered Human Collective II dispensary had his marijuana worker permit revoked by the state after he lied to regulators and committed a number of rule violations. Donald Morse founded and currently runs the Oregon Cannabis Business Council (OCBC), a small association of cannabis businesses in Oregon that lobbies the legislature on cannabis rules and laws.

Donald Morse, his wife, and one other individual recently lost a civil lawsuit for $300,000 dollars to Sarah Bennett for failure to follow through with their contractual obligations to buy out her shares of Human Collective II. Testimony from Bennett and former employees during trial exposed a number of disturbing facts about Morse that showed his lack of integrity. Intoxication at work, asking employees to break state rules, deceiving board members about the case with Bennett and other questionable behavior was brought to light at trial and in our own investigations.

Oregon Cannabis Business Council Founder Has Marijuana Workers Permit Revoked






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