We wrote about worries over Franwell seed-to-sale technology intended for use in the Colorado MMJ industry way back in 2011. Two years later, with the Marijuana Inventory Tracking system (MITs) finally going on line, the worries aren't over, with at least one advocate raising concerns about an alleged lack of security at the mymits.com site. But a new video tries to counter such anxiety: It features the Marijuana Enforcement Division's Julie Postlethwait offering reassurances against a musical backdrop reminiscent of a lullaby. Check out the very odd clip below.
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