Colorado marijuana audit, part two, reveals more messes — and too much money


In March, Colorado state auditors gave the Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division a bad review for its ineffective tracking systems and delayed application processes. But that was only part one of a two-part report. The other half was released yesterday.
The second part of the audit had the same dismal view of medical marijuana enforcement, but this time focused on the shortcomings of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and Department of Revenue and their handling of the medical marijuana patient database.