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Oregon pot tracking system will use RFID technology

Oregon’s pot regulators want their seed-to-sale tracking system to use the same microchip technology that helps jewelry stores manage large inventories of valuables. Rob Patridge, chairman of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, said radio frequency identification signal, or RFID, technology will be the most efficient method for the agency to monitor recreational pot as it moves through the supply chain. So Patridge and other officials at the agency were surprised earlier this week when a new version of a broad bill to help set up the new legal pot system included a requirement for the commission to use barcodes, not RFID, to track marijuana.

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