Colorado lawmakers have cleared the first hurdle in allowing the use of medical Marijuana for those on probation or parole. Thursday a bill to change the state policy got preliminary approval in the House.
Marijuana growers in Colorado could come under more scrutiny if a new bill can make it to the Governors desk. The bill is designed to crack down on the unregulated growers who grow large amounts and do not pay taxes.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) could soon be treated with medical Marijuana. The Colorado Board of Health will hear a request to add PTSD to the list of conditions that medical Marijuana can treat.
Colorado lawmakers are under the gun to figure out how to avoid refunding some $60 million in Marijuana taxes to the public. The 1992 Taxpayer's Bill of Rights may force the state to do something they really don't want to do, refund the money.
Legislators pass a measure that will prohibit the use of welfare benefits cards at marijuana shops and sent it to the Governor to be signed. As expected the measure passed the House and Senate without any issues and should be signed.
The big debate in Denver right now is if Colorado should change the way Marijuana edibles are packaged. Lawmakers from both sides have agreed that edibles must have a new look which is shocking they could agree on something.
The question today is very simple, should Grand Junction let a marijuana dispensary open in town? It has been well over a year since the first shops opened in Colorado and yet our community still doesn't have one.