Big Positive Changes Await Medical Marijuana In Colorado

213A panel of state senators voted Tuesday to scrap most of the administration’s plans to change Colorado’s rules regulating how medical marijuana is grown and sold. The vote came in a hearing called to renew the state’s 2010 pot regulations, which expire this year if lawmakers don’t act.

Gov. John Hickenlooper’s regulators wanted 15 changes, including a crackdown on caregivers, who are the people authorized to grow pot on behalf of people on the medical marijuana registry. First, Hickenlooper’s administration wants to crack down on caregivers by requiring them to tell health authorities where they grow the pot. This is currently optional, and only about 5 percent of Colorado 3,000 or so caregivers do it.

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