Marijuana regulators in Colorado decided Monday that the drug’s potency can’t be capped – but pot should be clearly labeled so consumers know its strength.
State-sanctioned gardening coaches can help folks cultivate tomatoes or zucchini, but both states have instructed them not to show people the best way to grow marijuana.
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.
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers told CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger the so-called free offers of marijuana are a clear violation of the letter and intent of Amendment 64.
Colorado voters chose to legalize marijuana for adults, but now experts are split on how a social acceptance of pot is affecting Colorado’s children.
With marijuana now legal in Colorado, CBS4′s Alan Gionet talked to an expert to find out what pot does to a person’s body.
The marijuana sold in Colorado dispensaries is exponentially stronger than what people smoked decades ago. Advances in technology and growing techniques have produced a more potent product.
Colorado voters overwhelmingly approved the legalization of marijuana and now state lawmakers are tasked with implementing a regulatory framework for what is still considered an illegal drug.
Marijuana may be coming out of the black market in Colorado and Washington state, but the drug, at least for now, will retain a decidedly underground feel: Users may not know what’s in it.
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