The State Senate is mulling several bills concerning marijuana and marijuana businesses.
One of the biggest bills is the social pot club bill that would allow businesses to allow marijuana use where the city or county has authorized them.
As the federal government is debating what it is going to do with recreational marijuana, there is talk of states seeing greater enforcement of federal laws.
It’s leaving a big question mark as to what this means for the billion-dollar industry in Colorado.
“Certainly, we’ve been thinking about it and trying to figure out what our choices are,” Gov. John Hickenlooper said on “The O’Reilly Factor” on Wednesday night. “You know, I opposed it. I was openly against it. And you know, 55-45 of our voters put it in our Constitution.
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