US: "As Oklahoma implements seed-to-sale cannabis tracking system, major changes are expected"

For the first time since voters approved Oklahoma's medical cannabis program law, regulators will be able to track cannabis as it travels from where it's grown, to where it's processed and finally, to dispensaries where it's sold to medical cannabis cardholders.

The "seed-to-sale" tracking system is hailed by many as being critical in efforts to battle illegal sales and provide quality control for products consumed by Oklahoma medical cannabis cardholders.

But there are fears the changes will come with a price — adding expenses to producers, that will ultimately be passed along to consumers.

Every medical cannabis business in Oklahoma must be compliant with the seed-to-sale tracking system by May 26. Many of them already have begun preparations, which include attending a series of educational webinars from Metrc, the company state regulators contracted with to oversee the tracking program.

To read the complete article, go to eu.oklahoman.com


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