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Michigan judge lets some marijuana in massive recall return to shelves


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Lansing — Michigan Court of Claims Judge Christopher Murray has lifted a portion of the state’s widespread marijuana recall, saying a segment of it was “in all likelihood based upon an arbitrary decision.”

On Nov. 17, the Marijuana Regulatory Agency recalled products tested by Viridis Laboratories and Viridis North because of allegedly “inaccurate and/or unreliable results of products tested.”

Viridis Laboratories, which said the recall affected about 60% to 70% of the state’s on-shelf cannabis products, sued, contending the move by the state was “unjustified, prejudiced and retaliatory.”

Murray’s opinion Friday said the regulatory agency relied on retesting of product tested at Viridis, which is located in Lansing, but not Viridis North, which is located in Bay City.

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