Jeremy P. Meyer, Eric Gorski and John Ingold
The Denver Post
November 22, 2013

A customer walks away from VIP Cannabis at 2949 W. Alameda Ave. in Denver on Nov. 21, 2013. Federal officials raided the shop Thursday. (Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post)
A customer walks away from VIP Cannabis at 2949 W. Alameda Ave. in Denver on Nov. 21, 2013. Federal officials raided the shop Thursday. (Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post)
Six weeks before the nation’s first retail marijuana shops open in Colorado, federal authorities on Thursday raided more than a dozen Denver metro area marijuana facilities and two homes.

In the largest federal raid on Colorado marijuana businesses since medical marijuana became legal, federal law enforcement agents with an assist from local police officers executed search and seizure warrants at multiple dispensaries and cultivation facilities — at least a dozen in Denver alone.

Agents also raided two private residences, according to sources speaking to The Denver Post on condition of anonymity.

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