Known for being one of the first US states to decriminalize and legalize marijuana for recreational use, the state of Oregon has made leaps and bounds in establishing a healthy and legal industry base for the infamous five-leafed plant. However, because only select states have followed Oregon’s example, states like California, Colorado, and Michigan are still struggling to find a balance when it comes to maintaining a legal infrastructure for the pot industry.  And now, authorities currently suspect that a certain percentage of pot being legally grown in Oregon is being illegally smuggled out for higher profits elsewhere. Unfortunately for Oregon, the area is part of the “Emerald Triangle,” an area of the United States that grows up to 60% of all marijuana in the nation, leading to a higher market supply than demand. For more on the story and Oregon’s plans to implement a product tracking system, look to CBS News.