Two hot-button marijuana measures dealing with the potency and appearance of edibles will be considered by Colorado lawmakers in the final weeks of the legislative session.
When people buy marijuana from a store in Colorado, the ounce they can walk out the door with is fairly easy to measure. Not so when the pot is in concentrated form, perhaps baked into a cookie or brownie.
State lawmakers are considering new restrictions for marijuana products to help consumers know exactly what they are buying.
Colorado residents who lost their homes in last year’s floods and wildfires could get property-tax relief under a bill advancing in the state legislature.
Police chiefs across Colorado want a bigger piece of the state’s pot pie. They believe some of the revenue from pot sales should go towards training and enforcement.
Hundreds of Coloradans lost their homes to floods or fires this past year but they’re still paying property taxes on property that in some cases doesn’t exist.
Right now 18 is the magic age for gambling and buying tobacco, but the age to buy cigarettes could soon change in Colorado.
The debate continues over which counties will receive money if Coloradoans pass a sales tax on recreational marijuana. Some counties, which don’t allow recreational marijuana, still say they should get a cut.
Colorado state lawmakers toured Lyons for themselves Friday to view the damage.
Marijuana as a potential tax bonanza has Colorado lawmakers wrestling with a question both sides say they don’t know how to answer: How much will people pay for legal weed?