Oregon Begins Double-Testing Hemp For THC To Root Out Illicit Marijuana

Some hemp activists applaud the inspections

Without question growers are cultivating unlicensed marijuana in southern Oregon and shipping it across the country. They have been for decades.

But are they organized criminal operations simply operating outside of the law, or are they fronting as licensed hemp growers under cover of the boom in new grows that sprung up after the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill?

That’s what state regulators in Oregon are trying to find out, with a new law to test hemp crops not once but twice to root out illicit marijuana.

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