KTUU-TV has reported that Alaska’s state Environmental Health Laboratory has found that facilities testing the same series of items have produced different results.

The strength as well as the potency of marijuana products have seen different results from different facilities.

The report, which was prepared for the state Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office, found that testing by the facilities produced different results for potency although their methodologies were similar.

Which results were more accurate could not be determined according to the report, which has recommended that Alaska require the labs to “develop quality assurance activities to characterize the accuracy, precision, and representativeness of all reported data.”

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