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Blasting Hash at Home is a Bad Idea By Warren Edson   I didn’t know this needs to be said but apparently it does:  blasting hash at home is a BAD IDEA. Not only is blasting hash at home dangerous to yourself, anyone else who lives in the home, and your neighbors, but it could...
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WTF Denver #3: Cannabis and Marijuana Products at Denver International Airport   If Denver International Airport wasn’t weird enough it also gives us the third WTF Denver blog posting. People think cannabis and marijuana products at the Denver International Airport are no big deal now a days.  But that is just not true!  For some...
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Denver
WTF Denver #2: Growing Cannabis Outside Written By Warren Edson & Edited by Lauren Maytin In our ongoing WTF Denver series … we now look at … Growing Cannabis Outside. DENVER DOESN’T CARE! If you grow marijuana outside in Denver and get caught they will charge you criminally and file forfeiture paperwork on your house....
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Denver
WTF #1 Denver 36 plants per commercially zoned lot Written by Warren Edson and edited by Lauren Maytin Denver Municipal Code Section 38-178 In 2015, Denver passed a very odd measure that continues to this day, negatively affecting caregivers and the hemp industry.  Codified as Section 38-178 of the Denver Municipal Code, Denver enacted very...
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Cannabis Use and Pregnancy – Changes in the Law  by Warren Edson During the 2020 legislative session, the Colorado Legislature passed Senate Bill 20-028.  SB20-028 was signed into law by the Governor on June 30, 2020.  Among other changes, this bill modified the language in Colorado Revised Statues 19-1-103 and 19-3-102, formerly known as the...
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Drug laws in Colorado
March 1, 2020 Due to the passage of HB19-1263 in late 2019, the Offense Level for many drug charges will be changing to a lower level offense beginning March 1, 2020.  The Colorado General Assembly determined that it would classify most drug possessions cases as misdemeanors with different sentencing options and limited incarceration penalties.  The...
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