First, understand that ALL Marijuana, grown and sold, in Colorado, is “Black Market” Pot! Why? Because everything Grown or Sold, whether in a State licensed business, or not, is “Black Market” under Federal Law. What is the difference in the Homes raided, and the the quasi (State legal, but Federally illegal) Pot? Only one. […]
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