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Alaska Marijuana Regulators Vent Over Investigative Help

Alaska Marijuana Regulators Vent Over Investigative Help

Associated Press, Wire Service Content | May 1, 2019

Alaska marijuana regulators expressed frustration Wednesday with the limited cooperation they say they’re receiving with investigations from the state Department of Public Safety.

The dispute dates to last fall, during then-Gov. Bill Walker’s administration, when an acting director of the Alaska State Troopers notified the Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office its investigators would no longer have access to certain databases.

Erika McConnell, the office’s director, told the Marijuana Control Board access is based on one of two qualifications: being a criminal justice agency or peace officers.

Alaska Marijuana Regulators Vent Over Investigative Help






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