The announcement made yesterday was in response to recent injuries
Authorities in charge of Oregon’s legal marijuana market said Wednesday that they will ask store owners to voluntarily review cannabis products on their shelves and pull any they feel might be unsafe as concern mounts about severe lung illnesses and deaths tied to vaping across the U.S.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission, which also regulates cannabis, will ask stores to put up signs warning about the potential dangers of vaping, executive director Steve Marks told The Associated Press.
The agency can’t ban vaping devices or any specific ingredients in them until more is known about what is causing the health problems, he said.
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