By Ray Stern
Cannabis advocates and lawmakers have high hopes for a bill requiring for the first time that Arizona medical marijuana be tested for contaminants.
But the bill’s creator said on Tuesday he’s worried the hard work he and others have put into it will “unravel.”
“I don’t know what’s going to happen to it, ” said Demitri Downing, executive director of the Marijuana Trade Industry Association of Arizona (MITA). “Politics took over and it’s probably going to die a quiet death.”
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