Police Say Colorado’s Black Market is Run by Mexican Cartels, But They Have Little Proof

Despite periodic statements from members of Colorado’s law enforcement about Mexican cartel involvement in the state’s illegal grows, a report from The Colorado Springs Gazette finds there’s no available evidence to support these claims.

“If we had that information, we would share that,” a spokesman for the Teller County sheriff’s office, Gregory Couch, told The Gazette.

Colorado became the first state to legalize recreational marijuana at the ballot box in 2012. Ever since, law…

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