“We sent one person in plain clothes to ask about purchasing marijuana,” Fink said. “He didn’t have a card. He simply asked, ‘What’s the procedure?'” Fink said the undercover officer was admitted to an antechamber, but the officer never gained entry to the main office so Fink doesn’t know if there was any cannabis on the premises. “I can tell you when we were there talking to them there was an extremely strong smell of marijuana outside the gates of their business,” Fink said. “I don’t know if that is because they were smoking it in there or if they had product in there.” Fink said his undercover officer was told “they would sell to him there with a card or they would also do delivery.” Bollinger said, “No medicine was on-site here at the office. This was just to keep our computers going, punch in the sales, that kind of stuff. The medicine was coming from someplace else.” Bollinger said, however, that people would come to the office to sign up for the collective. “We also did counseling here,” she said. “It was place for people to come for feedback, information and support, but not to get medicine.” At one time there were at least half a dozen medical marijuana collectives dispensing cannabis out of Marin County storefronts. Following a crackdown by federal prosecutors in 2011, however, only one remains: Marin Holistic Solutions in Corte Madera.
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