Judge Limits Michigan Marijuana Recall To Half The Product Initially Covered

“Public safety concerns are one of the main purposes and duties of the MRA”

A contentious, expansive marijuana recall in Michigan will proceed in part after a state judge denied a cannabis testing company’s request for a preliminary injunction for a recall of products tested by one of its labs, but granted it for the other.

This split decision from Michigan Court of Claims Judge Christopher Murray came Friday after Murray heard more than six hours of testimony Wednesday and Thursday from lawyers and employees representing the state’s Marijuana Regulatory Agency and from the plaintiff, Viridis Laboratories and Viridis North.

“Public safety concerns are one of the main purposes and duties of the MRA, and undoubtedly it believes the recall of both Viridis and Viridis North was necessary to protect the public,” Murray wrote in his 13-page opinion and order.

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