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OR Attorney General Finds OLCC Didn't Violate Criminal Laws

(Salem, OR) -- The Oregon Attorney General's Office has released a report that found employees of the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission didn't break any laws when they were allowed to buy rare liquors. The investigation reviewed 10-thousand internal documents and emails. More than 40 OLCC employees, commissioners, and liquor store owners and employees were questioned. The Oregon Government Ethics Commission will review the report as it determines whether ethics rules were violated.

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