Minnesota Fines Cannabis Company $50K Over THC Violations

It's the fourth company to be recently punished.

The Minnesota Board of Pharmacy has issued a $50,000 fine against a company for selling products that violate the state’s THC limits.

According to KSTP-TV, Granite City Jobbing is the fourth company to recently be fined for selling cannabis products that exceed the 5% THC limit.

In December, the Board filed suit against three retailers for violations of Minnesota’s edible cannabinoids laws.

As the report points out, Granite City will face special requirements for its license along with the fine.

Minnesota recently became the latest U.S. state to legalize adult-use recreational cannabis.

When the new laws take effect in August, it could change the rules for cannabis edibles in the state.

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