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A primer on cannabis legislation.
By William Braalhas
Itâ€™s already been a busy year for cannabis proposals in Colorado, with a number of different ideas â€” ranging from optional employee training to a third attempt at setting a blood-THC driving limit â€” on the legislative table. And there are going to be more to come, including proposals enabling Coloradoâ€™s recreational cannabis industry, once the governor-appointed Amendment 64 Implementation Task Force finishes its work at the end of February. But to bring you up to speed in the meantime, weâ€™ve put together a primer on the four major pieces of cannabis legislation proposed so far in 2013.
1. Senator Randy Baumgardner is serious about not burning marijuana plants. He doesnâ€™t really care how you choose to smoke your herb, though; heâ€™s more concerned with not burning down the town where itâ€™s growing. So concerned, in fact, that he wants to tap into the confidential Department of Public Health and continued on page 10
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