California to research cannabis pesticide levels

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In an effort to set accurate safety levels for pesticides on marijuana crops, California regulators and Sacramento State University are seeking to determine how much cannabis is consumed by the typical user on a daily basis.

Beginning in January, public health researchers across the state will provide a $20 Amazon gift card to anyone who completes an anonymous survey on marijuana usage, according to Jefferson Public Radio.