Audit critical of marijuana enforcement division throws rulemaking into chaos
DENVER -- Lawmakers were up early Thursday morning, casting a symbolic series of votes on how Colorado should proceed with the implementation of Amendment 64, which legalizes marijuana in the state. Some also took the opportunity to lambast the Department of Revenue for an audit released Tuesday that found the Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division, which could transition into oversight of all marijuana regulations, had been ineffective and wasteful with its spending.