Colorado's black market marijuana: Ar...

Colorado's black market marijuana: Are authorities wrongly blaming cartels?

El Paso County sheriff's Deputies Scott Brettell, left, and Jeff Schulz load cut pot branches onto a trailer from an illegal marijuana grow in April 2017 in Yoder. El Paso County sheriff's Deputies Scott Brettell, left, and Jeff Schulz load cut pot branches onto a trailer from an illegal marijuana grow in April 2017 in Yoder.

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