Colorado medical marijuana businesses would be able form a financial cooperative similar to a credit union under a proposal introduced in the state senate…and, the state senate’s number two Democrat says he’s not running for Congress in Colorado’s 6th congressional district.

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One Response to Round-Up: MMJ businesses could be able to form financial cooperative; and more

  1. Massey is supporting this? Run far, far away from whatever he proposes…

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