Starting September 1, the THC limit in cannabis products in Alaska will be increased to 10 milligrams per serving, doubling the current product limits, the Anchorage Daily News reports. The new rules put the state’s limit in line with that adopted in most other states with adult-use cannabis programs.
The new rules also raise the allowable amount of THC per package to 100 milligrams.
The rules were first approved in June and, at that time, Marijuana Control Board Chair Nicholas Miller said he didn’t consider the change “substantial.”
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