Michigan Testing Lab Sues State's Regulators Over $229M Cannabis Recall, Affecting Over Half The State

Just days after regulators issued a recall of marijuana products,  impacting nearly 70% of the state's on-shelf  products sold at more than 400 stores, the marijuana testing facility at the center of the debacle filed a lawsuit against the Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA).

Last week, the MRA reported having detected "inaccurate and/or unreliable results" of all products – excluding inhalable concentrate products, such as live resin, distillate or vape carts – tested by Viridis Laboratories between Aug. 10 and Nov. 16, reported local news outlets.

According to the lawsuit, the resulted in an estimated $229 …

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