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Weed disappearing from licensed Colorado dispensaries, not all cheaters get caught

The much-touted “seed-to-sale” tracking of every marijuana plant has some flaws.

DENVER — The Colorado Department of Revenue Marijuana Enforcement Division collected at least $683,500 in fines from pot shops in 2016.

According to records obtained by the FOX31 Problem Solvers, 47 licensed marijuana dispensaries were caught breaking the law.

Additionally, dozens more individual shop co-owners and employees either paid fines or lost the ability to work in the industry.

Read More at KDVR.com



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