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Hearst: Internal audit found major errors in applicants’ choices of marijuana

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SPRINGFIELD, MA (WWLP) – The results came from an internal audit of the marijuana selection process in the city of Springfield and show some serious errors.

City Council member Justin Hurst has called on the attorney general’s office and the Cannabis Control Commission to investigate any corruption that has occurred since marijuana was legalized in the state in 2016.

According to Hearst, Springfield’s internal auditor found errors scoring applicants in the second phase of the marijuana selection process. Hurst said he highlighted a registry error that was so incorrect that it put a marijuana applicant who should have finished fifth in seventh place. This knocked the applicant out of the race for a Host Community Agreement. Only the top six got an agreement.

The audit does not identify which marijuana companies were affected. There is a city council meeting on Tuesday to discuss the audit.

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