Mold in Marijuana? CT’s Rules Are Less Strict Than Other States

CT Mirror by Kate Setzer

Hartford, CT – Alex London uses cannabis to help with lingering back pain and migraines that stem from a car crash. London said he used to buy it from medical marijuana dispensaries near his home. But now, because of changes in how Connecticut regulates cannabis, he’s back to using his “local guy” — a grower in Maine. Because marijuana isn’t legal at the federal level, it’s up to states to decide how much mold in the product is too much. And in Connecticut, that limit is 10 times higher than the threshold in most other states that have a numeric limit for mold in marijuana. For the full report, click here.