Colorado family blames high-potency marijuana for son’s suicide, urges lawmakers to look at impact of dabbing

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 THC, which ultimately led to a psychotic break.

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