The best-laid plans of Colorado’s Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division have backfired, leading to what one lawmaker is calling gross government excess.
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.
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 has shortchanged El Paso County in the amount of sales tax revenue collected by the state but not sent back to the county.
Colorado’s medical-marijuana regulators are renting office space from a lawyer whose clients include pot sellers the agency is charged with overseeing.
Colorado’s state motor vehicle titling and registration computer system will be offline for a second week.
The Colorado Department of Revenue sent an Ouray woman’s 2010 tax returns to the home of a Denver man who says he is stunned by the mixup.