State regulators allege that Delta engages in the practice of “inversion” – the process of unlawfully importing marijuana products from other states and blending them with their own in order to artificially bolster their production statistics.

While this move is considered illegal in Missouri, in states like Oklahoma, Arizona and Wyoming, it’s considered legal.

“Inversion is not illegal everywhere,” attorney Clark Wu, who specializes in hemp and cannabis law and is a partner at the Arizona-based law firm Bianchi & Brandt, said. “In some states … you can do an inversion. There’s a legal process for introducing hemp-derived products into the cannabis system.”

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