Colorado's Marijuana Laws Are About to Change...Big Time

Colorado’s Marijuana Laws Are About to Change…Big Time

UPDATE: As of 5:51 PM MDT on 5/8/19, the Denver measure to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms has passed. Results will be certified on May 16th. It passed with a 1,979 vote margin.

Even though a measure to legalize mushrooms in Denver failed, (Unofficial results released by city election officials Tuesday night suggested Measure 301 was on track to fail, with 46.5% in favor and 54.5% opposed. ), it doesn’t mean that the state of Colorado is done with moving forward on a number of initiatives. But, these new laws are all cannabis-focused. Here’s a good primer regarding the new laws for the state. (Click the link below)

Even though a measure to legalize mushrooms in Denver failed, (Unofficial results released by city election officials Tuesday night suggested Measure 301 was on track to fail, with 46.5% in favor and 54.5% opposed. ), it doesn’t mean that the state of Colorado is done with moving forward on a number of initiatives. But, these new laws are all cannabis-focused. Here’s a good primer regarding the new laws for the state. (Click the link below)

Measures opening the state to social pot use and commercial cannabis delivery, as well as approving new medical conditions for medical marijuana, all passed the Colorado General Assembly this session. But even more changes could come through less sexy bills that address sunsetting laws in the state’s medical marijuana program and pot industry. […]

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