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1 in 5 Cannabis Samples Are Failing California’s New Regulations

It is reported that these failures are due to both the mislabeling of products and contamination from pesticides, bacteria, and processing chemicals.

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Congress Bill Submitted to End Cannabis Testing for Federal Employees

A member of the United States House of Representatives has submitted a bill to Congress which, if passed, would allow legal cannabis users to become federal employees.

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Maintaining Compliance with California’s Cannabis Pesticide Regulations

Failing to comply with the standards in place puts a cannabis company at risk of litigation and jeopardizes business contracts with other downstream cannabis operators.

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63% of Breast Milk Samples from Mothers Using Marijuana Contained the Drug

Scientists have found the primary psychoactive component of marijuana in 63% of breast milk samples for up to six days after the mother’s last reported use.

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Creating the First Cannabis Pangenome

New pangenome project will create a collection of sequences that will provide unique and essential insights into the natural genetic diversity of cannabis.

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Developing Analytical Methods for Water Soluble Cannabis Phytochemicals

Team sets out to use modified sample processing and analytical testing for concentrated water solutions of cannabinoids and terpenes to help develop analytical methods for cannabis beverages

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A Switch to Turn Terpene Production On and Off

The discovery of a terpene production switch could enable researchers to artificially increase plant production of specific, useful plant terpenes in a range of species.

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Cannabis Genome Mapping Beats Human Genome Project Benchmark

A team at Medicinal Genomics have successfully sequenced the cannabis genome at 640kb N50, representing a 28% improvement on the Human Genome Project standard.

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Washington State Prepares for Cannabis Testing and Packaging Law Reform

A list of the proposed rule changes is expected to be published on or after October 31 2018 and will address issues like THC serving limits, packaging requirements, and contaminant testing.

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