MAPLETON — In its first recall of tainted recreational marijuana, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission recalled 9 pounds of marijuana from a Mapleton pot shop after unsafe levels of an insecticide were discovered during routine testing. Thirty-one customers bought a total of 82 grams of the Blue Magoo marijuana strain from Buds4U between March 8 and 10, before the recall was issued, according to the OLCC. The recall was announced Saturday in an OLCC press release. - From The Register-Guard
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission issued its first recall of recreational pot after tests showed that a particular brand contained a level of pesticide residue that surpassed the state limit.
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