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AP NewsBreak: Marijuana 'loophole' bill unlikely

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DENVER (AP) — A legal loophole in Colorado's marijuana law that allows people to grow hundreds of pot plants without going through background checks or paying taxes is likely staying — for now, legislators were told Tuesday. Colorado lawmakers are unlikely to consider legislation cracking down on caregivers — the people authorized to grow pot on behalf of sick people — despite a January...

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