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Jones Case Far from Over Concentrate Allotment Update

BY ALLISON STEIN Ripples are still rolling from the Rodney Jones Case which hit the cannabis community like a tidal wave starting in June of 2018. The Jones case actually began in Yavapai County Superior Court in 2013, when Sheila Polk, the Yavapai County Attorney, charged Rodney Jones with narcotic drug possession for having dispensary bought hash. Jones appealed …

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Passing the Test, part 6: Patient Zero–How Jim Morrison’s Errl Cup Sparked the Testing Movement

BY MIKEL WEISSER No, before you ask, Jim Morrison is not dead. And, “Errl” isn’t misspelled either, thank you very much. What Morrison’s brainchild, The Errl Cup, is however, is Arizona’s most popular, more important medical marijuana event series. This July 13th in Northern Phoenix the festivities will kick off on Morrison’s eighth Errl Cup …

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Passing the Test, Part 2: Basic Primer on Testing and Its Many Incomprehensible Terms

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BY MIKEL WEISSER 61 Tons, one gram at a time When you or I “sample” or “test” cannabis, it usually involves twisting one up and burning it down. That process is called “organoleptic testing,” meaning tested based on tasting. (And that’s just one testing-related word you didn’t know you didn’t know.) Aside from the weed, …

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