Denver Approves Cannabis Hospitality Licenses

The city of Denver has started to approve cannabis hospitality licenses for some businesses which will soon allow for people to legally consume cannabis at their place of business.  Under the hospitality licenses, businesses cannot sell marijuana, but can allow on-site consumption of marijuana bought elsewhere. Prior to the approval … Read more

Colorado Proposition 119- Yes or No

Creation of Out-of-School Education Program and Marijuana Sales Tax Increase Initiative Proposition 119 It would create the Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress Program, LEAP Program. Eligible children would include children at least five years of age and no older than 17 years who are eligible for admission to Colorado public … Read more

Colorado General Assembly Legislative Session 2021

Marijuana and Hemp Bills There were ten bills introduced this Colorado legislative session regarding marijuana and eight of them passed.  The big changes were related to medical marijuana, possession limits and industry regulations.  Here are some of the house and senate bills that had a significant impact on Colorado’s marijuana … Read more

Potential Push for a Potency Cap in Colorado

As we see more states legalizing recreational marijuana, fifteen plus the district of Columbia to date, anti-marijuana groups have changed their strategy.   No longer fighting the legalization battle, these groups are putting their money and resources into industry regulations.  There have not been public statements from any of these groups regarding Colorado, … Read more

Marijuana and the 2020 Colorado Elections

This past election, marijuana issues appeared on several city and county ballots throughout the state.  Some were related to allowing cannabis sales and others dealt with tax issues.  Here are the cities that were involved, the type of ballot measure and the results. Broomfield Since recreational marijuana sales were legalized in Colorado, … Read more