Oregon Health Official: MMJ Plant Controls Too Lax

An Oregon health official has warned lawmakers that existing regulations on the state’s medical cannabis industry don’t do enough to prevent marijuana from entering the illegal market, though she didn’t offer solutions on how to stem the flow.

Priscilla Lewis, deputy director of the Oregon Public Health Division, said she sees the wisdom of having a seed-to-sale tracking system but didn’t ask lawmakers to institute one, according to the East Oregonian. Such a system involves labeling individual plants with a tiny, trackable chip.

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission tracks recreational marijuana with a seed-to-sale system produced by Franwell,

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