State suspends license of Walled Lake marijuana business – The Daily Tribune


The Marijuana Regulatory Agency has suspended the facility license of Walled Lake-based Iron Laboratories. 

The business, a marijuana safety compliance center, was found to have inaccurate results and/or unreliable testing and reporting practices, according to the agency. The license was suspended on Friday. 

The agency is urging all medical marijuana patients and caregivers, who use products from Iron Laboratories, to use caution as the test results may be unreliable. 

Although the license has been suspended, the agency has not been made aware of any adverse product reactions, which includes those tested by Iron Laboratories. No recalls are being made at this time on any marijuana products. 

The agency continuing to investigate the matter. Patients and caregivers are requested to report any adverse product reactions to the agency via email: or via phone: 517-284-8597.

Patients and caregivers who would like to have products tested, at their own expense, can take them to a licensed safety compliance facility. Questions can be sent via email at


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