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New Colorado Rules Will Mandate Only Single-Serving Marijuana-Laced Foods

November 26, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Colorado, one of only three states that have legalized recreational marijuana use, has developed rules designed to prevent “dowding”. The term has come into informal use to describe the freaky experience of a New York Times columnist who ate way too much marijuana-laced chocolate. Under the new rules, taking effect in February, edibles containing marijuana can be sold only in single-serving packages. Some marijuana bakeries in the state have already started selling personal-sized portions. One such baker says all of her single-serving baked goods contain 10 mg of THC, about one joint’s worth.
Chris Frates, "In Colorado, Pot pies that get you baked, not burned", Cable News Network , November 26, 2014, © Cable News Network. Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
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