Marijuana Task Force
Exhaustive suggestions for how marijuana should be grown, sold and taxed are finally in the hands of the elected officials who will decide how to regulate the newly legal drug.
Marijuana tourism is on the way to Colorado, under a recommendation made Tuesday by a state task force to regulate the drug made legal by voters last year.
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.
A marijuana regulatory group appointed by Gov. John Hickenlooper is still working out the details of pot regulation.
Colorado marijuana regulators can’t decide whether future pot sellers should be required to grow most of the weed they sell.
The city of Denver, like many other communities, is now trying to figure out how to handle the state’s new law legalizing marijuana.
The state task force in charge of deciding how Amendment 64 will be implemented is now talking about some recommendations.
Colorado’s governor is planning a marijuana task force while the state awaits federal response to a vote earlier this month to allow recreation use of the drug.