Oregon adult-use marijuana company loses license for multiple violations

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An Oregon adult-use marijuana producer must surrender its license after state regulators found it committed three violations.

In a Dec. 16 “stipulated settlement agreement,” the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission said that Jackson County-based Oregon Expedition will give up its license on the date that ownership of the business is transferred or on Feb. 16, 2022, whichever is earlier.

On the same day, adult-use producer Minthorne, also in Jackson County, was ordered to pay a $7,095 fine or incur a 43-day producer license suspension stemming from two violations.

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Jackson County and other jurisdictions in the southern part of Oregon have been the focus of authorities of late.

State regulators and law enforcement are paying close attention to cannabis activity in southern Oregon as complaints grow over illegal cannabis operations.