When Gov. Kate Brown last week released her new list of appointments to boards and commissions, much of the focus was on two senior state senators moving on to new positions.
But just as she acted to renew the Senate chamber, Brown also proposed new blood for the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, whose regulatory authority expanded to recreational cannabis after voters approved Measure 91 in 2014.
Brown last appointed Matt Maletis to the OLCC, which until now has not had people with experience in the cannabis business among its commissioners.
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Source: Cannabis Business Times