BILLINGS - Montana's medical marijuana industry continues to evolve with new changes to its rules outlined recently by the Department of Health and Human Services.
In the latest changes, the state added mandatory testing again in place of randomized testing.
Providers said they liked the revisions, and some called it a "great day for the industry." Others expressed the need for more change.
"It's expensive. Random testing done by an inspection is a much better way to catch pesticides," said Elizabeth Pincolini, owner of Alternative Wellness Montana.
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