Marijuana patients to protest introduction of new tracking system

At 10:30 a.m., state officials will unveil the Marijuana Inventory Tracking Solution, or MITS, a system intended to keep tabs pot for sale in Colorado. But while the press is invited to the event, a number of medical marijuana patients coordinated by the Cannabis Therapy Institute have invited themselves -- to protest what they believe will be regular breaches of confidentiality.

Get details about the event and the history of allegations regarding alleged info sharing.

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