The Daily Chronic:  “A medical marijuana grower who was acquitted on drug cultivation charges in December wants the Colorado Springs police department to return the plants they seized in a March 2012 raid, or reimburse her over $3.3 million in damages.  Alvida Hillery, the founder of of the Rocky Mountain Miracles medical marijuana dispensary, filed a motion demanding the return of  36 pounds of medical marijuana and 304 plants seized by Colorado Springs police and the state Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division.  Hillery’s attorney, Sean McAllister of Denver, says that if her property is not returned, or is damaged, moldy or unusable, Hillery is entitled to $3,327,460 in damages.”