We Dont Think That Kind Of Action Is Excusable And Should Be Allowed To Continue, Republican Sen.

The executives in question, Laura Bultman, chief medical officer, and Ronald Owens, chief security officer, were caught attempting to ship the oil to New York via armored car in anticipation of shortages at the start of the 2016 year. Last month, county prosecution officially charged the pairwho are no longer employed by the companywith felonies for planning and attempting to ship over five kilograms of weed. Due to the already tenuous nature of the use of medical marijuana in the state, this recent incident has provided ammunition to senators currently opposed to this hot-button issue. This marijuana was a big risk for some of us. We wanted it done well, and we need everybody involved with this to hold themselves to the highest standard, said Republican Sen. Michelle Benson to ABC news, who has flipped sides regarding marijuana manufacturer licensing. The people responsible for executing it have put us in an incredibly difficult place. As part of the punishment for the attempted shipment, Republicans in the legislature are now pushing for the state to retain the right to revoke licenses to sell medical marijuana. A $1 million dollar fine has also been issued along with other penalties yet to be stipulated. We dont think that kind of action is excusable and should be allowed to continue, Republican Sen. Nick Zerwas told ABC.

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