Colorado passed a groundbreaking law in the fight to restrict high-potency marijuana products from youth. Beginning in 2022, dispensaries will have to limit the amounts of concentrates sold, and marijuana cards will be harder to obtain. The bill also provides funding for marijuana education programs. Read …
It’s surprising when an industry leader references many “significant shortcomings” in a recently passed compromise bill on high-potency THC. By Diane CarlsonOriginally published at The Colorado Sun. As Chuck Smith, board president for Colorado Leads, the state’s cannabis alliance, highlighted June 19 in a guest-opinion piece in The …
NIH study suggests a link between cannabis use and higher levels of suicidal ideation, plan, and attempt. An analysis of survey data from more than 280,000 young adults ages 18-35 showed that cannabis (marijuana) use was associated with increased risks of thoughts of suicide (suicidal ideation), …
The Colorado State senate and house unanimously passed the bipartisan bill to limit marijuana concentrates for young adults ages 18 to 20. The first of its kind in the United States, this bill also provides for research into the physical and mental effects of high-potency THC …
By Eric AndersonOriginally published at MJBizDaily.com. (Editor’s note: This column is part of a recurring series of commentaries from professionals focused on the cannabis industry. Eric Anderson co-founded SE2, a Denver-based marketing and communications agency focused on public issues. SE2 does not work with the cannabis industry …
As Colorado state lawmakers and patient advocates work to limit the availability of high-potency THC to youth, some people are concerned about the software that would track marijuana product purchases. Security and privacy are an ongoing concern. Read the full article at The Colorado Sun. …
These organizations support House Bill 1317 to protect Colorado kids from high-potency THC products. As seen in Colorado Politics. …
It would restrict teens’ access to high-THC products and tighten rules for medical marijuana A major victory in the fight to limit high-THC products for youth as the Colorado House of Representatives passed a substantial regulation policy. It will now move on to the Colorado Senate, …

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