OR regulator warns rec cannabis businesses for lax record keeping

Recreational marijuana businesses in Oregon that do not use the state’s seed-to-sale tracking system could lose their licenses or face fines. Steve Marks, executive director of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, delivered that warning Thursday to cannabis cultivators and retailers, noting that roughly 20% of the state’s 900 license holders are not keeping their seed-to-sale tracking records up to date, according to the Bend Bulletin. The “most egregious” violations, Marks wrote in a compliance notice:
  • Failure to record batches of dried, harvested flower into the system within the required 45 days.
  • Recording outdoor-grown plants as “flowering”
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