In local news:

The Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) has begun its final test of the state’s medical marijuana product, which Commissioner Mike Strain told the Advocate would be done in about a week. The Legislature created a framework for medical marijuana distribution across the state back in 2015, but the process was beset by delays and infighting between the LSU AgCenter, who is growing the crow with partner GB Sciences, and the LDAF, which regulates them. If this testing currently underway comes back clear, patients will be able to receive the product at the approved pharmacies throughout the state within weeks.

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