California Regulators Issue Major Cannabis Recall

California regulators are issuing a major cannabis recall.  The Bureau of Cannabis Control says the director of Sacramento's now-closed Sequoia Analytical Lab had been falsifying the results of pesticide tests for several months.  It issued the recall to 29 legal marijuana companies that relied on those test results, which could cost those companies tens-of-thousands-of-dollars in refunds.

The San Francisco Chronicle says industry officials have expressed doubts that the state's 43 licensed labs are capable of testing cannabis to the precision required under the state's strict pesticide laws.

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