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Re: “California to Require All Marijuana to be Lab Tested. What Will Happen to Weed That Fails the Lab?

A basic tenant of good manufacturing practices (GMP) is that quality cannot be tested into a product, it must be built in to every step of the process. Testing is an important part of quality control - and should be part of any good regulatory structure. However, it is a reactive process. Cannabis regulations would be much more effective at protecting health and safety if they made operators meet GMP standards- not to mention the cost savings.

Posted by FOCUS on 07/01/2017 at 1:44 PM

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