Judge halts medical marijuana consulting business
MISSOULA (AP) — Three former employees of the Montana Caregivers Network have been ordered to stop operating a medical marijuana consulting business pending a hearing scheduled for Thursday.
District Judge Dusty Deschamps on Friday granted the restraining order sought by Jason Christ but refused his request to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the former employees.
Montana Caregivers Network operated "cannabis caravans" that traveled to several Montana cities. In a single day, doctors would see hundreds of people seeking recommendations for medical marijuana cards.
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