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Colorado: Legislation To Support Marijuana Social Clubs Introduced

Posted by on February 26, 2017

Update: SB 63 was heard on 2/21 and is awaiting a vote. 

Colorado State Senator Bob Gardner and Representative Dan Pabon have introduced legislation that is headed to the Senate Business, Labor and Technology committee on Tuesday, March 1, 2017. SB 184: The Private Marijuana Clubs and Public Use Bill, will provide Colorado municipalities with the regulatory framework needed to allow responsible adults the option to socially consume marijuana in a private club away from the general public.

Last November, voters In California and Maine approved public marijuana consumption through Proposition 64 and Question 1, but haven’t settled on rules. This means Colorado could be first out of the gate with statewide regulations for pot clubs. 

Similar legislation to permit social consumption, SB 063, is also pending.

Please enter your information below to contact your elected officials to urge them to support this measure. For more information about this bill and other pending legislation, please contact Denver NORML.

National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws – Advocacy Campaigns

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