As Colorado state lawmakers and patient advocates work to limit the availability of high-potency THC to youth, some people are concerned about the software that would track marijuana product purchases. Security and privacy are an ongoing concern. Read the full article at The Colorado Sun. …
These organizations support House Bill 1317 to protect Colorado kids from high-potency THC products. As seen in Colorado Politics. …
It would restrict teens’ access to high-THC products and tighten rules for medical marijuana A major victory in the fight to limit high-THC products for youth as the Colorado House of Representatives passed a substantial regulation policy. It will now move on to the Colorado Senate, …
This isn’t the same plant that was grown when my grandparents were teenagers. Instead, bioengineering has created extremely potent products. Hailey B. Dennis moved from the San Luis Valley to attend college at the University of Colorado Denver, where she is a junior majoring in biology …
One family shares their son’s struggle with a pediatric addiction to marijuana that eventually escalated to heroin and meth. In the beginning, the parents were unaware because THC products often appear in deceptive forms meant to disguise their use. He wants to tell his story of …
A Douglas County family urges lawmakers to consider the impact high potency marijuana is having on the general population. After their son committed suicide, his parents found that he had, through a medical marijuana card, obtained and become addicted to dabbing, a form of high potency …
State lawmakers mulling an overhaul of weed regulations, but THC caps likely dead for now Colorado legislators, business owners and parents are interviewed about their experience with high potency marijuana products and the movement to impose potency caps. Read the full article at The Denver Post. …
High potency marijuana products are increasingly concerning for lawmakers and parents, though the right course of action remains to be decided. Bente Birkeland explores potency caps/limits and increased taxation, along with other potential policy changes to marijuana legalization. Read the full article at CPR.org. …

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