A cannabis trade organization is suing the state arguing that its marijuana regulators have blocked legitimate operators from entering the business, resulting in a flourishing underground market that is putting consumers at risk.

The Coalition for Access to Regulated & Safe Cannabis, a trade association representing cannabis operators, filed suit against the state’s Cannabis Control Board and Office of Cannabis Management in Albany Thursday claiming that they have “overstepped their authority” and “subverted the intent of the Legislature” by not conforming with a 2021 law that opened the door for retailers to sell pot as part of a regulated cannabis market. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE

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