Pot Sales Tracker Metrc Loses Mo. Fight To Collect Fees
By Diana Novak Jones (January 26, 2021, 10:01 PM EST) -- A Missouri appellate court rejected cannabis regulatory system Metrc's claim that its contract with the Show-Me State's medical marijuana program allows it to charge the state's pot businesses fees for special tracking tags, saying the contract doesn't allow charges beyond the price quoted.
The appellate panel sided with Missouri's Office of Administration and the state's purchasing division in a dispute over whether the state's contract with Metrc allows for the fees, which were first flagged by a competitor that lost to Metrc in the state's request for proposals.
Metrc argued that it wasn't required to list the cost of the RFID tags,...
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