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Cannabis Times Radio is proud to have on Genifer Murray. She received her bachelor of science in microbiology from Colorado State University.  After college she entered a successful career in sales and marketing and in 2010 Genifer created Colorado’s longest running medical marijuana testing laboratory.  Driven by Genifer’s skills and her passion for cannabis science, CannLabs has grown into the premier marijuana analytics firm in Colorado.

As CannLabs grew and the science became second nature, Genifer found herself becoming more motivated by patient needs.  Advocating for science, Genifer has adopted medical marijuana rights as a personal cause.  Genifer’s expertise allows her to provide education to clients and patients on accurate dosing and proper activation.  Genifer has been invaluable in the development of a credible and safe industry in Colorado. She serves on the governor’s taskforce for the implementation of Amendment 64 advising the taskforce on cannabis testing, labeling, and health and safety issues.  Educating clients and patients on accurate dosing and proper activation, she has helped to create a credible and safe industry for the future. 

Second guest:Peter Wong who has been a news reporter for almost 40 years, first in California and since 1979 in Oregon. He worked in Roseburg for 10 years and Medford/Ashland for 11 years,both in the southern part of the state. While at newspapers in both areas, he reported on the Oregon Legislature, and did so directly from the state capital in Salem in sessions between 1989 and 1999.(Oregon’s lawmakers used to meet every other year before they went to annual sessions two years ago).

He has been the Capitol Bureau reporter for the Statesman Journal in Salem,Oregon,since 2000.

He has followed Oregon legal developments in marijuana, including legislation,ballot measures and court cases.

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