SAINT PAUL — State regulators are cracking down on Minnesota businesses illegally selling raw cannabis flower. While cannabis use and cultivation were legalized in August, retail sales licenses won’t be granted until next year. The Minnesota Office of Cannabis Management has received complaints about retailers selling cannabis labeled as hemp flower. State health inspectors are intensifying inspections and broadening testing of raw flower to ensure it contains less than 0.3% THC. Violators risk product embargoes and fines of up to one million dollars.