OLCC’s Rob Patridge Named One Of 12 Most Influential People In U.S. On Marijuana Policy

OREGON:  A Washington, D.C., think tank named Oregon Liquor Control Commission chairman Rob Patridge to its list of most influential people in U.S. marijuana policy.

As chairman, Patridge, the district attorney for Klamath County, oversees the agency charged with regulating Oregon’s marijuana industry. The list was compiled by John Hudak, a fellow at the Brookings Institution. Hudak is managing editor of the Brookings’ FixGov blog.

Others on the list include: Hillary Clinton, Rand Paul, as well as high-profile marijuana legalization opponent Kevin Sabet, and the the director of the Alaska agency that will carry out marijuana regulations.

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