Arkansas: State-Licensed Medical Cannabis Businesses Sued By THC Levels Inflated?

Three Arkansas residents have filed a federal lawsuit against four licensed medical marijuana companies operating in the state, accusing them of altering the THC levels on the labels of cannabis products they sell to medical cannabis users.

"Each Plaintiff files this suit to vindicate the federal laws prohibiting the cultivation and sale of marijuana and their rights under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act ("RICO"). Each Plaintiff is in "chronic pain and has been prescribed medical marijuana by a physician," reads the Plumlee et al. v. Steep Hill Inc. et al. lawsuit.

Among the companies sued are Bold, Osage Cultivation, Natural State Medicinal, and primarily Steep Hill Arkansas by Steep Hill Inc. (CNSX: STPH). "Plaintiffs independently tested products purchased from licensed dispensaries and found that THC levels were inflated by an average of 25%," states the lawsuit.
"We …

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