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Although a voter-approved amendment to
the state constitution has deemed medical marijuana in Colorado
legal, conflicts still arise. The City of Ft. Collins refused to pay
a couple’s claim for over $200,000 after plants that were seized in
a raid were left to rot and die.
The confiscated plants were returned to the couple over a year later when a judge ruled that the couple qualified as Colorado medical marijuana growers. The claim was later filed by the couple who stated the plants were dry, dead and moldy, but the Police claim they were not required to keep them alive because the couple did not have the proper permits. According to the couple’s attorney a civil suit will probably be filed in state court in an attempt to force the city to pay for the damages.