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23 State Attorneys General wrote a letter to Congress highlighting their concerns about copycat THC edible products made to look like popular candies or snack
Contact: Rachel O’Bryan, One Chance to Grow UpRachel@onechancetogrowup.org, 303-809-1081 Note: Rachel O’Bryan is available for interviews on this analysis of new state data released today.
On his radio show, Dan Caplis interviews Doug Robinson on the dangers of underage attendees at 420 festivals. Listen to the interview on iHeartMedia.com.
Denver’s 420 festival, allegedly the world’s largest of its kind, is open to all ages even though there is mass consumption and marketing to minors.
People mistakenly believe that 420 festivals are open for public marijuana consumption, however that is always illegal regardless of the date. Read the full article
When the marijuana enthusiasts gather in downtown Denver tomorrow, how do you sort the adults who can legally consume from the minors? In other cities
Parent groups lobbied to make the event 21-and-older so children aren’t as likely to be exposed to the harmful effects of second hand smoke. Those
Denver’s first 420 Festival since the pandemic has been marked by parent and school opposition, leading to instating age restrictions in 2023. Read the full
Rachel O’Bryan’s eye-opening op-ed helps people understand how the marijuana industry is marketing toward children. Read the full article at WashingtonExaminer.com