After a series of scandals this year, new leadership at the OLCC has a mandate to right the ship and rein in cannabis companies that are delinquent on taxes.
PORTLAND, Ore. — The Oregon Legislature has generated a lot of attention within the past few months, thanks to a long session now stalled by the Senate Republican walkout. That’s stolen some of the limelight from another arm of state government: the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission.
The OLCC regulates the state’s alcohol and marijuana industries, and it has generated its share of headlines over the past year.
It all started with “Bourbongate,” the scandal
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