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Hazy Definition Of Pot Edibles Creates Regulatory Void

Law360, New York (December 1, 2015, 10:51 AM EST) -- Nearly 20 years ago, California voters approved the Compassionate Use Act of 1996, also known as Proposition 215, making California the first state to legalize cannabis for medicinal purposes. Smoking continues to be the most common method of consuming medicinal cannabis, but edible cannabis products in the form of chewing gum, cookies, brownies, bars, cakes, etc. are a growing part of the market. Proposition 215 did not set forth any rules or regulations governing the production and sale of medicinal cannabis and there is now a...
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