The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday rejected a request by Total Health Concepts – a now-defunct Denver dispensary – that it overturn a U.S. Tax Court ruling that said it must give the IRS information about its marijuana-related sales in seeking business deductions for the 2009, 2010, and 2011 tax years.
The court said it could not intervene in the dispute between Total Health and the IRS because the court rarely gets involved in legal proceedings that are ongoing, according to Law 360. Further, the three judges on the court argued, Total Health could redress any damage caused by the IRS’ demands for information about its business in an appeal of the final judgment.
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Written by Omar Sacirbey