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Colorado’s medical marijuana industry has come under fire as the state’s police chiefs rip the regulations in place and say the situation is out of control.
There’s a plan to rescue the state’s new Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division. The funding has dried up and nearly half the staff had to be transferred.
Colorado is cutting its medical marijuana enforcement staff by more than half because the state isn’t collecting enough licensing fees to pay for them.
Clothing and school supplies would be tax-free during an annual Colorado “sales tax holiday” under consideration in the Colorado House.
Colorado has become the fourth state to ask the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to reclassify marijuana in way that allows doctors to prescribe it as a medical treatment.
Colorado’s medical marijuana enforcement director, who came under fire for a letter he wrote that the state attorney general said gave the appearance of opposing dispensary bans in cities, has been reassigned.
Colorado auditors say the state Department of Revenue can save about $2.1 million annually if more people and businesses file their taxes online and if the agency uses new technologies to process tax documents.
Colorado’s chief marijuana enforcement agent is stepping down.
The state of Colorado has canceled the driver’s licenses of at least 1,400 people who took tests at the American Driving Academy.
Colorado’s state motor vehicle titling and registration computer system will be offline for a second week.