According to the documents seen by Analytical Cannabis (following a freedom of information request), several labs in Florida were found wanting by the state health regulator.
In both cases, the labelled THC values were higher than the actual THC values in the products.
The Colorado Department of Revenue issued three notices on April 12 concerning three companies.
The state’s attorney general announced that he is preparing to take legal action against the three retailers in Stamford, CT, for alleged violations of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act.
After going on a shopping spree around the state and buying 23 products from 10 dispensaries, researchers from the University of Northern Colorado had the products tested at a commercial cannabis lab – and the results were at odds with the products’ labels.
The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board announced that its staff had identified “a pattern of pesticide testing failures” among cannabis cultivators in the Okanogan region.
The study found that the number of stores per capita had increased by an average of 122% each year since legalization, with per capita sales also increasing by 91% per year.