Nevada marijuana testing lab’s permit suspended by authorities

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Regulators in Nevada suspended the license of a marijuana testing lab after investigators discovered what they described as “inaccurate and misleading” potency in cannabis products.

In the first license suspension of a marijuana testing facility in Nevada, Sparks-based Certified Ag Labs was ensnared in the state’s investigation of cannabis laboratories, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.