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California marijuana retailers say state rules could force them to destroy millions of dollars' worth of product

All marijuana sold in California by state licensed firms will be required starting Sunday to undergo new testing for quality and toxins, but retailers warn they face financial hardship because they will have to destroy tens of millions of dollars' worth of untested product still on their shelves.

The United Cannabis Business Association led 128 cannabis businesses and advocacy groups

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