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Terrapin Care Station believes competing dispensary owners are gaming the system in a Broomfield licensing lottery.

Ken Hamblin

The City and County of Broomfield has paused a lottery system that would have determined the winners of its first three marijuana dispensary licenses after a lawsuit was filed by an unhappy applicant.

Earlier this month, Colorado dispensary chain Terrapin Care Station sued Broomfield County and City Clerk Erika Delaney Lew, as well as four groups of competing applicants, alleging that Broomfield allowed business entities to file multiple applications in the lottery under different names in order to increase their chances of getting drawn.

Under the rules of Broomfield’s lottery system, no person or entity can apply for more than one license at any location in the city. The four groups cited in Terrapin’s lawsuit filed nearly identical applications, but with different legal names attached to

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