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Amid Inconsistencies, Alaska’s State Lab Is Auditing Marijuana Testing Facilities

A state laboratory is auditing two marijuana testing facilities in Alaska amid concerns with discrepancies in potency-testing results between the sites.

Last Call: California’s High-Potency Edible Makers Crank Out Final Batches

Korova's 1,000-mg bars aren't allowed after Dec. 31, so the Oakland edible maker is turning out 60,000 before the clock strikes midnight.

Industry Bristles at California Regs on Potency, Closing Hours

Who's opening a dispensary at 6 a.m.? Sounds like California's draft regs could use some tweaking.

Colorado Cannabis Opponents Give up Fight Over Potency Limits

Marijuana opponents in Colorado have given up a plan to ask voters about requiring less-potent cannabis and telling consumers that the drug could cause brain damage and paranoia.

Colorado Cannabis Critics Want to Ban up to 80 Percent of All Products

If the petition is successful, Amendment 139 would be the most significant attempt to roll back access to cannabis in any of the four states that have legalized recreational marijuana.

Why Is Cannabis Now So Different From 1970s Cannabis?

While cannabis has been a part of American culture since the country's birth, cannabis today is not what it used to be. So what exactly were those free-spirits smoking in the 1970s?