It's been one wild ride through Colorado's 2018 legislative session, especially if you're interested in marijuana. Almost thirty pot-related bills were introduced this year, with the majority of them passing. The proposals included some controversial measures, such as at-home marijuana delivery, dispensary tasting rooms, providing medical marijuana for autism patients and the development of a tracking agent that would be applied to commercial pot plants and products.
Although twenty bills were ultimately approved by the Colorado General Assembly, Governor John Hickenlooper has only signed six of them...so far. While we wait to see which ones get gubernatorial approval, here's a final roundup of pot-related bills introduced at the General Assembly and the final status of each.
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