From The Denver Post: The Colorado agency charged with policing the cannabis industry is about to get more user-friendly.
The Marijuana Enforcement Division, which operates within the state Department of Revenue, is giving its website a significant overhaul, the division announced Tuesday. The project began in the fall and will make marijuana license data more readily available to the public. “This is a significant step in the evolution of MED’s commitment to transparency and providing information to the public,” said new division director Jim Burack.
The overhaul will roll out in four stages, the first of which — allowing users to search by individual license holders and licensed facilities — was implemented this week. Stage two will link business owners to their respective licensed facilities, which could be medical or recreational shops, grows or infused product manufacturers.
“They’re going to have access to the names, the license numbers, the status of the license, the expiration dates and whether the license was approved, revoked or denied,” said Will Lukela, the agent-in-charge of background investigations and licensing.
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