Broomfield has suspended a lottery it was scheduled to hold this month to award three retail marijuana licenses after the county received “considerable feedback” about who was applying and whether they were playing by the rules.
The pause, which the county announced last week, came after Terrapin Care Station sued Broomfield and a number of competing applicants, claiming that several contenders among the 26 who applied used multiple versions of the same corporate name while at least three contenders are directly related to one another.
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