A bipartisan bill to create a THC legal limit in Colorado for ‘driving while high’ initially passed the house Tuesday.
A tax code written for illegal drug dealers is giving medical marijuana dispensaries a headache, and Colorado lawmakers are considering whether to intervene.
Taxes, child-proof packaging, poison control and product safety – just a few of the humdrum issues lawmakers have to tackle now that Amendment 64 has legalized marijuana in Colorado.
Wednesday’s Amendment 64 Task Force Report is heavy reading. The 166-page study takes a comprehensive look at everything from home cultivation and processing of marijuana to THC potency limits on infused products.
Voters approved the recreational use of marijuana last November, but it’s now up to Colorado lawmakers to figure out how the drug should be grown, sold and taxed.