Is Arizona’s new medical marijuana testing program about to cause shortages?

Arizona Cannabis Laboratory Association co-founder George Griffeth poses with a device that tests cannabis for contaminants at his Scottsdale Laboratory on Sept. 15. /Erasmus Baxter

In a nondescript office park in Scottsdale, George Griffeth is getting ready. Griffeth has been running a lab for two years out of another, smaller, office in the complex. But as November 1 approaches, and with it the requirement that all cannabis sold in the state be tested by private laboratories, the attorney-turned-lab-operator is bringing on new employees and tripling the size of his facilities.

He and two other Arizona lab operators told Phoenix New Times they are seeing an influx of interested customers as the deadline grows near, and are staffing up to meet the demand.

“I’m kind of bracing for a little bit of mayhem,” said Jessica Crozier, operations and logistics manager at C4 Laboratories in north Scottsdale, of the pending deadline.

By Erasamus Baxter | Phoenix New Times

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