Marijuana potency must be capped for a safe and healthy Colorado

A decade ago, when commercialization was approved, marijuana products contained less than 10% THC. Today, in the absence of regulation, those products have been processed to contain upwards of 70-99% THC. This article cites various statistics drawing correlations between increased THC concentrates and increases in the risk of addiction, suicide, psychosis, depression, and anxiety. Bob Troyer petitions fellow democrats to follow the science and set a potency cap to help mitigate an emerging health crisis.

Read the full article at The Denver Post.