Vireo Health, a medical cannabis company, has dropped its lawsuit against the state of Minnesota, according to the Star Tribune.
The company filed to dismiss late last month and a judge granted the request last week.
The state recently passed a law allowing adults 21 and over to buy edibles with hemp-derived THC.
Vireo is one of a few companies in Minnesota legally allowed to distribute medical cannabis in the state.
The company alleged that law discriminates against cannabis-derived edibles.
Vireo said that cannabis-derived and hemp-derived THC edibles are “chemically identical.”
The company also warned that hemp-derived THC is not as strictly regulated as cannabis products.