The Takeaways of the report are
- The state cannabis program has failed to keep up with mandatory inspections.
- Regulators have not done enough to address diversion into the black market.
- The program’s pesticide testing system was found to be inadequate, and the state does not have a way to verify the accuracy of test results.
An Oregonian/OregonLive reports that auditors concluded regulators have failed to meet basic standards, like inspections. It found that just 3 percent of retailers had been inspected and only about a third of growers.
Here’s the 63pp report2019-04