Colorado to federal government: Let our colleges grow pot for research
BY ANDREW MACH
Colorado colleges may soon begin growing their own weed — that is, if a group of state officials have their way.
In a letter sent to federal health and education officials last month, the state’s attorney general’s office asked for permission for Colorado’s colleges and universities to “obtain marijuana from non-federal government sources” for research purposes, the Los Angeles Times reported.
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