Michigan's record-breaking marijuana recall has now turned into a covert legal dispute, out of sight of the public and media.

Cannabis Case Shrouded In Secrecy

The case revolves around allegations made by the Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) against Viridis Laboratories, accusing the lab of producing inaccurate test results and inflating THC potency data.

Viridis denied the claims and countersued the CRA, accusing the regulator of unfair targeting.

Administrative Law Judge Stephen Goldstein ordered that all hearings be closed to the public and media, with no explanation provided.

This decision is highly unusual, as administrative court hearings involving government agencies are typically open to …

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