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Colorado seeks permission to grow pot at state universities
Colorado seeks permission to grow pot at state universities

After years of trying to stamp out marijuana use on college campuses, Colorado officials are now asking the federal government to allow its state universities to grow their own pot. The reason, they say, is that the legalization of the drug here has raised questions about its health effects, questions that can only be answered by studying large amounts and different strains of marijuana. But researchers face bureaucratic hurdles in scoring pot from the one federally approved marijuana farm, a 12-acre facility at the University of Mississippi's National Center for Natural Products Research. In a letter to federal regulators last month, Colorado Deputy Atty. Gen. David Blake said...

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