Marijuana Enforcement Division
A Colorado task force searching for a way to comply with a new law requiring edible marijuana to have a distinct look made no progress on Monday after four meetings of debate.
GOLDEN, Colo. (AP/CBS4) – Colorado authorities searching for a new look for edible pot are meeting for a final time Monday to try to find a way to make edibles look distinct from other foods […]
Saying they’re still worried that edible pot sweets are too attractive to kids, Colorado health authorities plan to ask Monday for a new panel to decide which marijuana foods and drinks look too much like regular snacks.
A ban on most forms of edible marijuana at Colorado dispensaries is off the table. But work is continuing on efforts to require pot-infused food and drink to have a distinct look when they are out of the packaging.
Retail pot shops will soon be opening in Colorado’s third-largest city. Aurora issued 21 retail licenses on Thursday, nine months after the first retail pot shops opened in Colorado.
One of the more common criticisms of Colorado’s marijuana legalization has been edibles, or pot-infused food, that make their way into children’s hands.
The makers of marijuana edibles are required to undergo potency testing starting May 1.
The State of Colorado will start phasing in mandatory lab testing of marijuana edible products on May 1. Currently, marijuana product testing of any kind has been performed strictly on a voluntary basis.
Colorado’s uncertain marijuana market has prompted the governor to ratchet back his projection of how much tax the newly legal drug could produce.
Marijuana industry groups say the challenge pot shops and dispensaries are running into is finding true child-resistant packaging at an affordable cost.