Colorado Reaches Compromise On House Bill 1250

Tuesday in chambers Colorado lawmakers debated on House Bill 1250. House Bill 1250 addresses cannabis-infused products, and more specifically the sale and originally was written to make the sale and production of edibles illegal. With a 7-3 vote, the bill passed but was amended to permit the sale of edibles and beverages made with cannabis but require them to have tamper-proof labeling on them. An understandable step to prevent sale to minors and a more educated measure than banning anymore product that was made with marijuana. Ointments and tinctures are named in the bill as well. A member of the Department of Revenue’s Advisory Committee had this to say:

to not allow patients access to edibles would contradict the wishes of the voters and the regulatory framework of HB 1284. This is something we have discussed and we will continue to discuss as part of the rulemaking process, and the language now included in the bill provides some important safeguards

Cannabis intake comes in many ways; so you would think that edibles would be welcomed with open arms, especially to those who like to point out the actual ‘smoking’ action as a safety risk. Use your heads politicians.

[via Huffington Post]

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