The MED declined to comment further, citing an open investigation, but confirmed that on August 2, the MED and Colorado Department of Revenue‘s taxation division suspended eighteen medical and recreational business licenses under the TweedLeaf umbrella, which account for seven stores, five cultivations and three processing facilities.
TweedLeaf CEO John Kaweske confirmed the closures to Westword, estimating that the company owes $300,000 or $400,000 in state taxes. According to notices posted on TweedLeaf stores, the unpaid taxes date back to November of last year, with…
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