Puyallup Tribe plans pot testing lab

 


A testing laboratory is the first foray into the marijuana industry for the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, and may not be the last.

The Puyallup Tribe, having worked out a deal with Gov. Jay Inslee and the state Liquor and Cannabis Board, is moving equipment for the lab into a Fife building that houses the tribe’s cancer-treatment center. Inslee’s signature this week made the compact official.

The lab plans to offer safety and potency tests to holders of state marijuana licenses, among others. Other clients could include universities doing scientific research on marijuana, said tribal spokesman John Weymer, who called the lab “Phase 1” of the tribe’s plans.

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