Marijuana

Medical marijuana hearing: Advocate says Dept. of Revenue hostile to privacy concerns (PICS)

Update below: The second day of Department of Revenue public hearings about medical marijuana regulations -- MMJ rules that attorney Rob Corry called death by 1,000 cuts in a preview yesterday -- are about to get underway at this writing. During yesterday's session, representatives of the Cannabis Therapy Institute made two emergency rules requests regarding privacy concerns that went nowhere.
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