Posted January 09, 2020 14:24:20While the state of Colorado has been pushing to legalize marijuana for years, its legalization has been a contentious issue.
The state has a strict law that prohibits people from growing or selling it, but a recent court ruling gave the governor a little wiggle room to allow the plant to be grown and sold.
In the past few weeks, the state’s marijuana legalization effort has gotten a boost with the passage of legislation that allows medical marijuana use.
While medical marijuana is still illegal in Colorado, it is now legal to use medical marijuana in the state.
A new report from the Drug Policy Alliance finds that a whopping 83 percent of Americans favor marijuana legalization in their state, which would give states like Colorado and Arizona a head start on the legal marijuana landscape.
The report also found that a majority of voters think marijuana legalization will benefit the country in the long run.
Colorado has already approved medical marijuana, while a majority in Texas also approve.
And while it’s legal to smoke marijuana, people in Colorado can’t legally possess or sell it.
But Colorado’s marijuana law isn’t the only thing that could make its way to the ballot this November.
Colorado has a bill that would allow medical marijuana to be distributed to low-income people who live in areas where it’s currently legal.
And marijuana advocates hope that a new Colorado ballot measure could also legalize recreational marijuana in some form.
That’s not the only legal cannabis legalization push in the works.
On January 18, the U to S Coalition for Cannabis Policy will hold its first statewide meeting in Denver.
The group is a group of Colorado marijuana reform advocates who want to see more states follow Colorado’s lead.
It’s unclear what form legalization might take in Colorado and other states, but some legalization advocates have already said that it could include a referendum.
That could lead to a vote on Amendment 64, which Colorado approved in 2016.
That measure would legalize recreational pot in the Lone Star State and make it legal for adults 21 and older to possess up to one ounce of pot.
And if approved, it would create a process for voters to choose whether or not to make it a legal recreational product.
The new bill from Colorado would have a similar impact as Amendment 64.
It would create the system of limited-use, regulated recreational pot stores, and would also allow for a system of legal, regulated pot cultivation.
A bill similar to Colorado’s could be put on the ballot in a number of states in the future.
If approved, the Colorado law would have an immediate impact on Colorado.
The marijuana industry in the metro area would immediately start to grow.
It could also spur the state to legalize cannabis for medical purposes.
The Colorado law allows for recreational pot to be sold for recreational purposes, so a number other states could follow suit.
It’s also possible that the bill could lead other states to legalize recreational weed as well.
And that could potentially open the door for states to allow medical pot use, too.
Colorado is one of a number states that has legalized medical marijuana.
But it still prohibits dispensaries and medical use.