(Portland, OR) -- The Oregon Department of Justice is conducting a probe of the Portland Marathon. "The Oregonian" says the DOJ has issued an order asking the Portland Marathon to provide an extensive list of financial and organizational documents going back over three years. The order says the purpose of the investigation is to find out if the Marathon violated state laws regarding nonprofit organizations. Last week, KGW reported that the nonprofit organization was being reviewed for possible conflicts of interest. The president of the nonprofit told "The Oregonian" that the Portland Marathon would comply with the DOJ order.