Owner Of First U.S. Medical Marijuana Dispensary Now Broke And Fighting IRS

Full story: Forbes.com

Lynnette M. Shaw, the colorful pot activist who opened the first licensed medical marijuana dispensary in the United States, is fighting an Internal Revenue Service bill for $1.27 million in back income taxes and penalties and has filed for personal bankruptcy, listing $276,000 in state sales taxes among her debts.
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