Kenny Smith Talks NBA New Season, Nixing Marijuana Testing | TODAY

NBA analyst Kenny Smith joins the 3rd hour of TODAY ahead of Tuesday night’s kickoff of the league’s shortened 72-game season that will take place outside the bubble in Orlando. He also weighs in on the NBA’s announcement that it will stop random testing for marijuana this season. » Subscribe…

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The NBA Won’t Be Testing Players for Cannabis This Year

It’s about time that the National Basketball Association (NBA) rethinks their stance on cannabis. Ask any NBA athlete, or athlete for that matter, and they will tell you that each season is as grueling as it gets. All basketball players have to follow a rigorous schedule of intense training, playing…

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Missouri Medical Cannabis Faces Delays Due to Testing

Missouri medical cannabis is being delayed yet again and is still not available for purchase, still because of a lack of testing sites for cannabis as well as delays caused by COVID-19.  Many cannabis patients in Missouri who have been eagerly awaiting legalization are frustrated at the lack of progress…

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Company Drug Testing – 3 Tricks Companies Now Use That You Don’t Know About

Company Drug Testing – 3 Tricks Companies Now Use That You Don’t Know About Drug testing is a practical way to test employees for the use of drugs or identify prescription drug or alcohol use. It helps employers benefit from commending insurance rates on policies like worker’s compensation. In order…

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The Importance of Third Party Lab Testing for CBD Products

Cannabis.net sat down with Cannabis Care Online Dispensary & CBD Canada, a Canadian producer of third party lab-tested CBD products (including lab tested CBD Oil), to discuss the importance of third-party lab testing.  Lab testing has been a big issue this year with reports of how cannabis growers are “shopping…

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California pot products seeing big safety testing failure rate

LOS ANGELES — Nearly 20 percent of marijuana products in California have failed tests for potency and purity since the state started requiring the checks on July 1, a failure rate some in the industry say has more to do with unrealistic standards and technical glitches than protecting consumer safety.…

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Mandatory testing costly for Colorado marijuana growers

By Bart Schaneman DENVER — New mandatory marijuana pesticide testing in Colorado is putting a financial squeeze on local cultivators to the tune of thousands of dollars in increased costs. The added expense is the latest financial blow to hit the state’s cultivators, which are already struggling with falling wholesale…

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