FILE--In this June 4, 2014, file photo, chief scientist for Analytical 360, Randall Oliver, scales out a sample of marijuana at their new cannabis analysis laboratory in Yakima, Wash. Washington state has agreed to begin more regular testing for banned pesticides in marijuana. The testing is expected to begin early next year and will examine marijuana where regulators have reason to suspect illegal pesticides have been used.
FILE--In this June 4, 2014, file photo, chief scientist for Analytical 360, Randall Oliver, scales out a sample of marijuana at their new cannabis analysis laboratory in Yakima, Wash. Washington state has agreed to begin more regular testing for banned pesticides in marijuana. The testing is expected to begin early next year and will examine marijuana where regulators have reason to suspect illegal pesticides have been used. Mason Trinca Yakima Herald-Republic
FILE--In this June 4, 2014, file photo, chief scientist for Analytical 360, Randall Oliver, scales out a sample of marijuana at their new cannabis analysis laboratory in Yakima, Wash. Washington state has agreed to begin more regular testing for banned pesticides in marijuana. The testing is expected to begin early next year and will examine marijuana where regulators have reason to suspect illegal pesticides have been used. Mason Trinca Yakima Herald-Republic

Washington state to increase testing legal marijuana for pesticides

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