Colorado lawmakers give final OK to bill allowing social use of marijuana

Colorado lawmakers have signed off on a bill to allow retail cannabis stores, hotels, restaurants and other businesses to apply for marijuana social consumption areas.

House Bill 1230 moved through the Colorado Legislature after the House approved changes made in the state Senate.

It now heads to Gov. Jared Polis, who is expected to sign the legislation, Denver alt-weekly Westword reported.

More details about the cannabis consumption bill can be found here.

2 comments on “Colorado lawmakers give final OK to bill allowing social use of marijuana
  1. Scott Kays on

    Most business have smoke, vape… area now, be considered to others that’s the main thing, ask hotel, restaurant and or lounge if they want a puff !!!

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  2. Duane on

    This comment regards clinical trials !

    Why are regular or daily users that have admittedly used Marijuana for decades not being studied and answer many questions related to the expediting of those trials ?

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