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BoCo et al. v Jared Polis et al. 2022CV58
Governor Jared Polis and his Marijuana Czar Ean Seeb and Party are Officially Accused of Bid Rigging for Colorado's Hemp Center of Excellence.
March 17, 2021
Cannabis Consumers Coalition board member, Dr. Grant Orvis and the founder of BoCo filed an official complaint against Governor Jared Polis Special Advisor on Cannabis, Ean Seeb in what looks to be a textbook example on corruption and cronyism.
WHAT HAPPENED IN MISSOURI? AMERICA’S MOST CONTROVERSIAL MEDICAL MARIJUANA LICENSING PROCESS EXPLAINED
October 29, 2020
The struggle to control medical marijuana licenses & market share in Missouri has been hotly contested since at least 2014. This has led to 5 diverging campaign groups differing over access to licensing and strategy during the time period 2014-2018.
In November 2018, Missouri voters approved New Approach Missouri’s initiative petition, Constitutional Amendment 2, implementing medical marijuana in Missouri (now Amendment XIV to the Missouri Constitution). In January 2020, some 1800 out of 2200 license applications were denied, sparking a public controversy & legislative investigations into the process.
EAN SEEB, COLORADO GOVERNOR'S MARIJUANA CZAR, VIOLATED ETHICS WITH CHAMPS GRANT AWARDING
The Colorado Department of Personnel agrees that Ean Seeb acted unethically by awarding a much coveted hemp grant in cannais to one of his buddies and did not disclose relationship.
ARIZONA'S ADULT USE LEGALIZATION BILL LOOKS TO PERPETUATE CRONYISM IN MARIJUANA BUSINESS LICENSING: ECONOMIC LIBERTY CONCERNS WITH ARIZONA’S PROPOSITION 207 FOR MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION
June 9, 2019
A July 8, 2020 poll by OH Prediction Insights shows that Arizonans back legal marijuana by a 62% supermajority. However, the likely vehicle for accomplishing this aim, Proposition 207, which will be on the November 3, 2020 general election ballot, includes a number of provisions restricting ordinary entrepreneurs from being awarded commercial marijuana licenses at a time where “social equity” or “equal opportunity” in cannabis is beginning to receive interest.
ENDURING RACIAL DISPARITY AFTER CANNABIS POLICY REFORM
Executive Director, Larisa Bolivar, researched the disparity in cannabis from 2014-2016 launching her career in social equity. In her this, Ms. Bolivar argues that the best way to address the disparity in the cannabis industry is to create grants and loans for cannabis businesses out of cannabis tax revenue, which has been proposed around the nation.