Colorado Governor Signs Into Effect New Marijuana Laws

WSJ Team December 11, 2012 2

On  Monday Colorado Governor. John Hickenlooper  signed into effect Amendment 64. This makes it legal to possession marijuana and grow a limited number of plants.

 

The Governor’s Office released a prepared statement from Gov. Hickenlooper in which he said, “Voters were loud and clear on Election Day. We will begin working immediately with the General Assembly and state agencies to implement Amendment 64.”

 

The Governor announced that there is a 24 member task force which will oversee the implementation of the law, and set up statures that will govern the eventual legal sale of marijuana to adults age 21 or over. It is most likely that the state will set up sales stores that will be run similar to ABC stores.

2 Comments »

  1. eric m. January 14, 2013 at 6:22 PM - Reply

    I live in kentucky indiana area n marijuana isnt legal yet..I want to be ahead of the curve when it is legal…so if anyone is interested in helpn little guy…I can use pointers

  2. LidaFelizg February 4, 2015 at 6:39 AM - Reply

    Can you tell us more about this? I’d care to find out more details.

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