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. …
Krista Kafer, weekly columnist for The Denver Post, chastises the Colorado state government for glorifying drug use by holding an auction for marijuana-themed licensed plates. Read the full article at The Denver Post. …
These motorists are more likely to speed, text, run red lights and drive more aggressively This study shows that motorists who use both marijuana and alcohol are significantly more likely to drive drunk in comparison to those who just consume alcohol. Read the full article at …
States are grappling with how to address the rising potency of THC in marijuana products. Some are beginning to tax according to the potency and Jennifer Peltz of the Associated Press explores how states are reacting and how Rep. Dr. Yadira Caraveo is considering proposing a …
Caren Chesler of The Washington Post details how poison control centers see increased reports of THC ingestion as more states legalize marijuana. Her research reveals how packaging and marketing play a big role in the appeal of these product and what some states are doing to …
Robin Deterding, a pediatric lung specialist and medical director for the Breathing Institute at Children’s Hospital Colorado, describes the direct corollary between flavored tobacco products and teen use. Early experience with flavored products in vaping leads to an increased likelihood of adult cigarette addiction. She proposes …
Lindsay Neil, a communications consultant who served as executive director of children’s affairs for Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock, says most parents are unaware of the existence and availability of high-potency THC products. These products, which currently do not have any limits on potency, often find their …

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