Hemp attorney Frank Robison, who represents Robison Peyser, is ready to do more than make noise. Robison considers the reopening of the proposal process just “window dressing,” and he’s filed a lawsuit in Denver District Court protesting the CDA’s selection of the MPG.
“We’re not sure who the best candidates are, but based on what you can find on the most qualified contractor, [MPG] clearly shouldn’t be the awardee,” Robison says. “It’s not sour grapes. I just want transparency. The [Colorado Freedom of Information Act] requests I’ve sent related to this were quoted at around $63,000. This is a poisoned well.”