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The former owners of Oregon-based Cura Cannabis, one of the subsidiaries now owned by Massachusetts-based multistate operator Curaleaf, agreed this week to pay more than $500,000 to settle a class action lawsuit over mislabeled marijuana vape cartridges.
According to The Oregonian, the settlement stems from a case last year in which state regulators concluded that the Portland company had mislabeled 186,000 vape cartridges under its Select brand as 100% marijuana when in fact employees had cut the cannabis oil with additives.
The business has already paid $110,000 to the state in penalties for the incident.
The Oregonian said an attorney for Cura did not respond to a request for comment Friday.