A study completed by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission shows that the level of oversupply in the Oregon market is so high that existing stocks could supply 6.5 years of current demand.

The main problem created by this oversupply, for the cannabis industry, is plunging prices. Analysts do not believe that there is one clear path on the issue, such as capping producer licenses, though state lawmakers are pursuing legislative options.

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