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Topic - Larry Wolk
Colorado plans to crack down on medical marijuana patients, state health department authorities announced Friday, saying it would challenge patients and medical pot growers with permission for more than six plants.
In a story Jan. 14 about marijuana caregivers, The Associated Press reported erroneously the nature of the regulatory oversight for some marijuana caregivers supported by the Colorado Revenue Department. The Department supports requiring some high-volume caregivers to undergo a screening process, but doesn't support regulating them once they're licensed, such as monitoring their plants or levying excise taxes, like commercial growers.
Chief medical officer Dr. Larry Wolk says his department wants to reach groups most burdened by tobacco addiction.
The head of the state Health Department, Dr. Larry Wolk, announced Friday that those so-called "high volume" patients and their designated caregivers will have to show physician justification for "medical necessity" waivers.