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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has accused a Wyoming man of creating dangerous confusion and taking advantage of consumers by claiming masks he was selling were N95-certified, the gold standard for protective masks.

The masks, sold in boxes labeled as N95s, were actually surgical masks, state investigators say. Surgical masks don’t provide the same level of protection as N95s.