Colorado Senators Want to Add a Chemical to Cannabis for Tracking

The measure would also direct the Department of Revenue to grant the contract to the company who made the tracking system, upsetting competitors. One of the competitors, Source Certain International, tracks plants and minerals without adding any chemical agents or additives, instead using forensic techniques profiling the plant based on origin. The profile is then added to a database and can be accessed later to determine where the plant originated. The CEO of the company, Glenn McClellan, said that the proposal would eliminate companies like his because they are not using a scanning agent, adding that it was unconstitutional. Bill 29 will be heard by the Senate Business Affairs & Labor Committee after a hearing date is set.

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