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.
This week more new laws dealing with the legalization of marijuana may be coming from the state Legislature. Among them is a plan to give pot businesses access to a banking system.
A possible edible marijuana rating system isn’t going over too well with Colorado’s ski resorts.
Lawmakers held off on a directive to implement new restrictions on marijuana edibles in Colorado Thursday, but they will study the issue to consider legislation next year.
The makers of marijuana edibles are required to undergo potency testing starting May 1.
Two bills to implement new restrictions on marijuana edibles and pot in its concentrated form are up for a vote in the Colorado Senate.
On Wednesday state leaders will meet to discuss how much marijuana is “too much.”
A CBS4 hidden camera investigation found marijuana dispensaries recommending higher doses of edible marijuana than the limit set by the state of Colorado.
Since Colorado legalized marijuana doctors say they’re seeing more and more people coming in with THC-related problems. So CBS4’s Alan Gionet wondered if the effects of pot are different when it’s eaten instead of being smoked.
Colorado would save most of its marijuana tax money while spending about $23 million on school nurses and drug treatment and outreach under a plan approved Tuesday be legislative budget writers.