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Can We Trust Pot Labs? Suspensions Show the State Has Failed to Keep Bad Weed Out of Pot Shops

Can We Trust Pot Labs? Suspensions Show the State Has Failed to Keep Bad Weed Out of Pot Shops

Lester Black | Sep 13, 2017

Over the last three years, pot smokers have paid the State of Washington more than $400 million in cannabis excise taxes. Some of that revenue was supposed to be paying for safer weed. But after two labs were suspended for failing to accurately test the safety and potency of pot, it’s time to ask the question: How do we know that regulated legal weed is safer weed?

Based on lab audits commissioned by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB), the state agency that regulates recreational cannabis, it looks like the state might not be doing its job in keeping bad weed out of pot shops.

Can We Trust Pot Labs? Suspensions Show the State Has Failed to Keep Bad Weed Out of Pot Shops






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