IN FACT, THERE’S A LINE BETWEEN THE FEDS AND THE STATE on medical-marijuana policy, and U.S. Attorney John Walsh, a Democrat, says legislators are close to stepping over it. Walsh, reviewing legislation at the request of Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, takes issue with a provision in HB11-1043 that would authorize state licensing of “medical-marijuana infused product” facilities with up to 500 marijuana plants, along with the possibility of granting waivers to license even larger facilities. “The Department would consider civil actions and criminal prosecution regarding those who set up marijuana growing facilities and dispensaries, as well as property owners, as they will be acting in violation of federal law,” Walsh wrote Suthers.
via : State Bill News
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