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Boston's Would-be Pot Entrepreneurs Lie In Wait As City Slow-walks New Marijuana Licensing Board

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Boston’s would-be pot entrepreneurs lie in wait as city slow-walks new marijuana licensing board

Published: Feb 13, 2020, 6:31 pm • Updated: Feb 13, 2020, 6:33 pm

By Erin Tiernan

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Two Boston entrepreneurs’ plans to open the state’s third independent testing laboratory to check the safety of cannabis products — including vape cartridges — are being slow-walked as the city works to roll out a brand new marijuana licensing board amid an already slow-moving pot industry.

“There is a dire need for marijuana testing and that’s where we are putting 99 percent of our attention … but we need to make sure we don’t get bogged down in the politics,” said Dimitri Pelekoudas, CEO of Assured Testing Laboratories.

Pelekoudas and his partner Kris Nykbakken want to open a lab at 43 Freeport St. in Dorchester that would test the safety of marijuana flower, products and concentrates that can contain dangerous solvents and chemicals. State law requires all legally sold marijuana products to be tested for potency and safety prior to sale.

Read the rest of this story on BostonHerald.com.

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Source: https://www.thecannabist.co/2020/02/13/bostons-would-be-pot-entrepreneurs-lie-in-wait-as-city-slow-walks-new-marijuana-licensing-board/133698/

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