A recent lawsuit filed against California's Department of Cannabis Control is alleging that audacious rule-breakers are gaming the state's supposedly strict “track-and-trace” system when it comes to legal marijuana.
This diverts “untold millions of pounds” of legally grown cannabis to the illicit market across the country. The lawsuit alleges California regulators are fully aware of the problem but not bothering to fix it, which compromises the integrity of the state's cannabis industry.
Read the full story on Forbes: forbes.com/sites/chrisroberts/2021/09/21/lawsuit-millions-of-pounds-of-legal-california-marijuana-is-sold-on-illegal-market/?sh=668a63265745
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