Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (CSE: TRUL) (OTCQX: TCNNF) is suing its two ex-purchasing managers and at least five other cannabis businesses in Arizona for taking part in alleged "kickback schemes" that granted them advantageous shelf space at the company's 21 marijuana outlets statewide, as reported by Green Market Report's John Schroyer.

In the civil racketeering lawsuit filed on Aug. 24 in Maricopa County Court, the Florida medical cannabis giant led by CEO Kim Rivers said that Randall Uberecken and Daniel Hirchak, its two former employees, had been involved in "commercial bribery" for three years, starting in 2020.

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According to Trulieve, the duo obtained nearly $1 million and established separate companies: CTWWW LLC and YDD LLC. These corporations …

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