• Oregon’s system for testing cannabis can’t ensure that products are safe for consumers. That’s according to a new audit from the secretary of state’s office. It comes at the same time as a report from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission showing that Oregon is producing twice as much cannabis as people are using. Both agencies are concerned about legal marijuana spilling over into the black market. We hear from Bonnie Crawford, senior auditor for the Oregon Secretary of State’s office, OLCC executive director Steve Marks, TJ Sheehy, a data analyst with the OLCC marijuana program and André Ourso, administrator of the Center for Health Protection at the OHA Public Health Division.

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