A new law signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday requires medical marijuana caregivers to register with the state, and get a license if they sell more than 99 plants. But an amendment to the new law is the real story.
Colorado’s governor signed into law a crackdown on medical marijuana Monday, one of two measures designed to ferret out people improperly using and selling untaxed marijuana.
State lawmakers began a debate over whether to allow children to bring medical marijuana to school on Friday.
A community of family and friends gathered at a popular spot in Longmont to raise money and show their support for the woman who was brutally attacked, her unborn baby stolen from her womb.
Colorado lawmakers started work Wednesday on a proposal to ask voters to keep some $58 million in marijuana tax collections.
State lawmakers are once again debating a bill to require background checks for volunteers with youth sports organizations. It’s the second time around for the bill that was introduced and killed earlier this year.
Saying that pregnant and nursing women need additional education about marijuana, the Colorado House gave preliminary approval Monday to a bill requiring warnings to be posted in pot shops.
Colorado pot shops would have to post warnings for pregnant and nursing women under a bill that passed its first test at the state Legislature on Tuesday.
Edible marijuana sold in Colorado must have a new look. That’s according to state senators from both parties who rejected a bill Wednesday to loosen a requirement that pot cookies and candies not look like regular foods.
Colorado may throw a white flag on one of its toughest marijuana problems to emerge in the new market — making sure that edible pot products can’t be confused with regular foods.