August 01, 2023

Cannabis Producers Ask Courts to Stop new Oregon Testing Rule

The court has set Aug. 15 as a deadline for OHA to respond. After that the petitioners will have seven days to file their own response, said Kevin Jacoby, attorney for the petitioners. The OHA has not responded to a request for comment. OLCC spokesman Mark Pettinger said the agency did not have a response to the suit. The petitioners argue there is not conclusive science around health risks related to Aspergillus and note that contamination could occur after purchase, which defeats the stated goal removing Aspergillus. “Despite that, the Aspergillus Testing Rule imposes an industry-wide Sisyphean war on a ubiquitous microbiological organism that has not been demonstrated to pose a serious threat,” according to the filing.

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