Marijuana tracking earns kudos and complaints in Colorado

Marijuana tracking earns kudos and complaints in Colorado

Hickenlooper says tracking would crimp black market
Associated Press file

Two Colorado legislators are proposing a bill to track marijuana plants. Amendment 20, which voters approved in 2000, allowed for up to 99 plants to be grown by patients and caregivers in a residential setting, but the law didn’t provide a way for state agencies to regulate those grows, according to a fact sheet from the governor’s office.

Marijuana tracking earns kudos and complaints in Colorado

Associated Press file

Two Colorado legislators are proposing a bill to track marijuana plants. Amendment 20, which voters approved in 2000, allowed for up to 99 plants to be grown by patients and caregivers in a residential setting, but the law didn’t provide a way for state agencies to regulate those grows, according to a fact sheet from the governor’s office.
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