Denver May Shut Down Dozens Of Medical Marijuana Businesses On July 1

A Jacksonville law firm is trying to convince sheriffs that Florida law has for decades allowed severely ill patients who meet certain criteria to cultivate and smoke their own pot.

COLORADO:  Denver officials could soon shut down as many as 41 medical marijuana businesses as the city cleans up outstanding license applications that have been pending for years.

All medical marijuana businesses in the city must be licensed by July 1, and the city has sent letters to dozens of businesses ahead of the deadline, warning that they must cease operations if they don’t get their licenses by then.

“Failure to comply may result in law enforcement and administrative action,” cautioned a letter sent to the businesses last week.

Ashley Kilroy, Denver’s coordinator for marijuana policy, said city officials have also visited the businesses — mostly cultivation facilities — to urge them to finish up the licensing process.

Read full article @ The Denver Post

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