Voters in Denver could face another marijuana issue on this fall’s ballot. This time about public pot smoking.
A measure to study changes to how marijuana edibles should look has been signed into law in Colorado with the goal of preventing accidental ingestions by children.
The state House has given initial approval to a measure that would add tighter regulations to edible marijuana products.
Some believe that legalized pot is resulting in some unwanted consequences like Thursday’s home explosion in Longmont that happened when police said three men were trying to make hash.
A co-author of Amendment 64 is reacting to the United Nations drug agency pushing for the federal government to challenge the legalization of recreational marijuana use.
Marijuana consumers in Colorado could be in store for purchasing limits well below what they’re allowed to have.
Marijuana regulators in Colorado decided Monday that the drug’s potency can’t be capped – but pot should be clearly labeled so consumers know its strength.
The task force on Amendment 64 will make its first recommendations to the governor on Tuesday. It will release 29 proposals on how to regulate marijuana in the state.
The task force assigned to tackle big issues in the aftermath of legalization of marijuana is focusing on some key points like how to keep pot from children and growing standards.
A 24-member task force appointed to set up marijuana rules meets Monday for the first time.