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The Puyallup Tribe Is Running the Pot Lab of the Future - Weed - The Stranger


The Puyallup Tribe Is Running the Pot Lab of the Future - Weed - The Stranger: Thanks to Medicine Creek and the 17 other labs approved by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) to test the safety of the state's legal weed, we can find out exactly what is in the weed sold at dispensaries across the state. And Medicine Creek, which is owned and operated by the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, is especially good at determining what's in our weed. It has equipment that can discern what chemicals are present at one-billionth per gram of pot.

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