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Don Boian Joins Hound Labs, Inc. as Its Chief Information Security Officer

Industry Veteran and Former National Security Agency Senior Executive Will Lead the Company’s Information Security Strategy

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Hound Labs Hires Executives to Accelerate Growth

Vice President of Partnerships for Insurance, Risk, and Safety + Vice President of Product Marketing Join the Executive Team

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Hound Labs, Inc. Raises $20M in Capital to Scale Operations

Funding Will Be Used to Expand Sales, Marketing, and Manufacturing Teams to Meet Demand for the
HOUND® MARIJUANA BREATHALYZER

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A Primer for Future Cannabis Legalization

Connecticut’s cannabis legislation will have profound and immediate implications – impacting employers and employees in legal and non-legal states.

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Marijuana Legalization, Testing and Impairment​

As more states legalize marijuana use, employers, providers and legislators grapple with the interplay between legal use, impairment and safety risks at work. The drug testing programs that employers have historically used as an effective deterrence and detection tool are no longer useful when addressing marijuana.

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Introducing the Hound Labs Blog

The latest from the industry leaders and scientists working to help balance SAFETY+FAIRNESS™ in the era of cannabis legalization.

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Hound Labs Hires Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Manufacturing

New Executives Will Help the Company Optimize Manufacturing and Prepare to Sell the HOUND® MARIJUANA BREATHALYZER

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Hound Labs Hires Leading Drug Testing Executive Larry White

Industry Recognizes Need for the HOUND® MARIJUANA BREATHALYZER as More States Legalize Marijuana in 2020

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HOUND LABS INTRODUCES THE HOUND® COVID-19 BREATHALYZER

First product extension leveraging the Company’s ultra-sensitive breath testing technology.

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Times, They Are A-Changin

The once-standard policy advice for employers – simply state that your company does not allow the use of marijuana because it is still a Schedule I drug and still illegal under federal law – no longer applies.

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