Colorado Marijuana Patients Try And Keep Feds Off The Grass
It would seem that the Colorado medical marijuana community has decided to take a proactive stance in preparation for the feds as The University of Denver Sturm College of Law held a conference on federal vs. state medical marijuana laws.
The main presence at the gathering on Friday was a room full of medical marijuana seed growers, marijuana providers, attorneys and experts all gathered to discuss what they should and will do when the federal government makes their presence known in their quaint state.
The medical marijuana grow shop scene in Colorado is regulated like no other and was strongly supported by state officials in addition to the voting public. State employees claim to be tracking; measuring and taxing these Colorado grow shops from purple marijuana seeds to cannabis flower sale after voters approved the use of medical marijuana.
It is hoped that the controls put into place by the state officials would help to protect Colorado’s 700 cannabis collectives from the coming federal suppression, however the feds have made it quite clear that they won’t overlook a single seed of a cannabis dispensaries from federal prosecution.