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Connecticut AG Sues Five Retailers for Delta-8 Sales

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong announced on Thursday that his office is suing five retailers for alleged violations of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act related to selling cannabis products without a license from the state, alleging that the shops are illegally targeting the sale of infused edible products to youth. The lawsuits focus on delta-8 THC, a psychoactive cannabinoid that can be produced from hemp.

“Cannabis products in Connecticut cannot be sold by unlicensed retailers and must meet rigorous testing and packaging requirements. Period,” Tong said in a statement from the attorney general’s office. “Any unlicensed Connecticut retailer selling

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