A dangerous gap in our medical marijuana laws

When Colorado legalized medical marijuana in 2000, the average THC level was 5%. Today, the average plant is nearly 19%, and the marijuana industry has created products with concentrates from 70-95%. While marijuana at lower THC levels have been proven medically beneficial, there is no evidence to support higher potency products are medically helpful or safe. Dr. Libby Stuyt calls on Colorado to regulate these products to protect our children.

Read the full article at The Denver Gazette.