Home » Posts tagged with » marijuana (Page 9)

Growth of a quasi-legal enterprise

Comments Off

Like King Canute commanding the tide to recede, the Colorado Springs City Council evidently believes that it can slow down and control the de facto legalization of marijuana in Colorado. During 2000, Colorado voters approved a constitutional amendment allowing marijuana to be prescribed for eight specific health conditions. Since then, the number of people for… Continue Reading Growth of a quasi-legal enterprise

Continue reading …

The 20th Amendment to the Colorado Constitution authorizes the medical use of marijuana for people suffering from debilitating medical conditions and establishes an affirmative defense to state criminal laws for patients and their primary caregivers. While some distributors of medical marijuana and law enforcement agencies say the amendment is too vague and that some form… Continue Reading Distributors, law enforcement seek medical marijuana regulation

Continue reading …

More potent; more options

Comments Off

Use of marijuana for medicinal reasons is settled, constitutional law in Colorado — but drug counselors warn: this isn’t your parents’ weed. Today’s cannabis is up to five times more potent than that of the 1970s, researchers say, and users have ways of delivering higher levels of THC to their systems — creating a new… Continue Reading More potent; more options

Continue reading …

So many people wanted to attend a meeting about changing medical marijuana registry rules that the state’s board of health had to postpone the March hearing to find a bigger location. The meeting is now tentatively scheduled for sometime during June, but once officials find a venue, the new meeting information will be posted at http://www.cdphe.state.co.us. The… Continue Reading Masses miss out on March medical marijuana meeting

Continue reading …