The Denver Post Editorial: Colorado should restrict the potency of marijuana concentrates, keep them away from teens

These concentrates must be regulated and kept out of Colorado schools

We applaud the Denver Post Editorial Board for identifying worrisome gaps in marijuana regulations around public health and safety. The Denver Post Editorial Board, after reading peer-reviewed medical journals, recognizes the dangers of high potency marijuana and the connection to psychosis. They urge Colorado lawmakers to treat marijuana in the same way they have products with tobacco or high levels of caffeine, and suggest regulating the potency levels and instating a computer system to track the purchase of marijuana purchases.

Read the full article at The Denver Post.