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Director of Vermont's Forensic Lab On Big Questions Around Marijuana Edibles

Small-dose pot brownies being sized and packaged in Boulder, Colorado, in 2014.
Brennan Linsley
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Small-dose pot brownies being sized and packaged in Boulder, Colorado, in 2014.

Vermont's new law allows for possession of up to one ounce of marijuana - that includes as a component in edibles. The problem is, the state doesn't have the local capability to measure how much cannabis, by weight, as an ingredient is in brownies, cookies or other edibles.

We're talking to the director of the state's forensic lab about the questions around the new law.

Trisha Conti is the director of the Vermont Forensic Laboratory.

Broadcast live on Monday, July 2, 2018 at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m

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