Mo. Agency Evasive In Medical Pot Investigation, Report Says

Law360 (September 15, 2020, 10:25 PM EDT) -- A memo written for the Democratic caucus of Missouri's House of Representatives as part of an investigation into the state's medical marijuana program has accused regulators of obstructing the inquiry by withholding documents.

The memo, issued Monday, was provided to Democratic legislators on the Special Committee on Government Oversight after the state Department of Health and Senior Services' Medical Marijuana Division turned over records requested as part of the committee's investigation into the rollout of Missouri's medical marijuana program.

The documents reveal that the department knew about potential conflicts of interest with the company chosen to score Missouri's marijuana license applications,...

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