We've written about the marijuana training school, Greenway University, many times. When the state approved its application for certification, when it was sued by Volume Public Relations, LLC for allegedly not paying some bills, and so on.
Yesterday, the Associated Press reported that Greenway has been shut down by the Department of Higher Education. A call for comment has so far not been returned.
From the AP:
The Colorado Department of Higher Education has suspended a state-certified medical marijuana training school.
The department on Tuesday ordered Greenway University to stop teaching and give students their money back.
Greenway University in Denver offered courses covering everything from growing to selling medical marijuana.
The department told KMGH-TV the school was suspended because of discrepancies in its application, including the failure of its owner to disclose a conviction in California on embezzlement charges. The school plans to appeal to the state to stay open.
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'BirdManBlue's' post is directly on point and I appreciate the insight.
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