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Colorado sues business that allegedly marketed marijuana as hemp

Colorado’s attorney general is suing Greeley-based cannabis product retailer Gee Distributors, which does business as CBDDY, as well as owner Christopher Landon Eoff for allegedly selling marijuana marketed as industrial hemp.

According to an announcement from Attorney General Phil Weiser’s office, the lawsuit filed in Weld County District Court marks the first action against an industrial hemp operator in the state under the Colorado Consumer Protection Act.


The lawsuit alleges that some of the products sold by CBDDY contained THC levels 35 times higher than what is allowed in the state’s regulated marijuana market.

“The defendant recklessly sold products that were, in some cases, more potent even than what is sold in state-licensed dispensaries with little regard for requirements like lab testing and

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