Colorado Marijuana Business Sued Over Pesticide Use

There’s a first for everything.

LivWell, one of the largest marijuana retail and cultivation chains in Colorado, is being sued by a pair of consumers over allegations that it used controversial pesticides during its cultivation process. It appears to be the first time a marijuana producer has faced legal action over alleged use of pesticides.

The suit, which you can read here, was filed Monday in Denver District Court by Brandan Flores and Brandie Larrabee, and is seeking class-action status, according to the Denver Post. It alleges that LivWell inappropriately used Eagle 20, a common fungicide used

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