Medical Marijuana Cultivation Facility Shuts Down In Anchorage After State Warning

A medical marijuana facility in Anchorage shut its doors Monday after the state warned that it would take enforcement action against the business.

ALASKA:  A medical marijuana facility in Anchorage shut its doors Monday after the state warned that it would take enforcement action against the business.

AK Hydro Gardens closed on Monday morning, owner Ryan Smith said.

The company billed itself as a medical marijuana cultivation center. Medical marijuana cardholders would apply to have their plants grown in the Anchorage facility, and would pay a membership fee for the business to maintain their plants.

 

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