Arkansas Inflated Marijuana Potency Lawsuit Moves From Civil To Federal Court

The suit says they defrauded patients and incentivized other brands to hire them

An Arkansas lawsuit alleging that three medical marijuana cultivators and a testing lab in the state colluded to overstate THC potency levels in products has been moved to federal court.

According to Law360, the lawsuit, originally filed in February in Pulaski County Circuit Court, contends a multimillion-dollar arrangement was set up among the conspirators to defraud patients.

Growers Bold Team, Osage Creek Cultivation and NSMC-OPCO as well as testing lab Steep Hill were all named in the civil lawsuit, which contends their products tested 25% higher than other labs.

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