Colorado Limits Purchases of Cannabis Concentrates and Puts Restrictions on Medical Marijuana Program

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Jared Polis signed a bill on Thursday that tightens limits on cannabis concentrates and puts restrictions on medical marijuana patients and their physicians. More than 100 medical marijuana doctors sent a letter to Polis asking the Democratic governor to veto the legislation. The cannabis concentrate limit for medical marijuana patients ages 18 to 20 will be two grams. Cannabis Clinicians Colorado director Martha Montemayor says the law “will effectively kill medical marijuana in Colorado.” “We were not given a seat at the table. The measure, House Bill 1317 (HB21-1317), also funds research into the effect that high-potency marijuana products can have on developing minds.

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Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill on Thursday that tightens limits on cannabis concentrates and puts restrictions on medical marijuana patients and their physicians. The measure, House Bill 1317 (HB21-1317), also funds research into the effect that high-potency marijuana products can have on developing minds.

Democratic Rep. Yadira Caraveo, a pediatrician and sponsor of the legislation, said that the main objective of the bill is to keep cannabis concentrates away from young people so that...

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