Colorado is facing accusations of misusing money from medical marijuana patients.
Federal authorities are planning to crack down on dispensaries in Colorado that are located near schools, CBS4 investigator Rick Sallinger has learned.
A Colorado advocate of medical marijuana says he’s outraged over a letter sent out by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives reminding people that it’s illegal to own a gun if you are a medical marijuana card holder.
Police across Colorado are cracking down on impaired drivers. This year they’re looking not only for drunk drivers, but also drivers under the influence of marijuana.
A prominent marijuana attorney in Colorado has given notice he’ll be suing over new medical pot regulations, including requirements that dispensaries grow most of the marijuana they sell.
An attorney representing three medical marijuana dispensaries in Loveland has withdrawn a lawsuit against the city.
As the state of Colorado tries to get a better hold on the medical marijuana business they are clamping down on dispensaries that don’t do the majority of their growing in their facilities.