Veterans Advocate for Marijuana Delivery Bill at Colorado State Capitol

Veterans Advocate for Marijuana Delivery Bill at Colorado State Capitol

The measure--which has already passed the House--is being heard in the State Senate Judiciary Committee.

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April 12, 2018
FOX News
Dispensary news Legislation and regulation Medical News State by State: Colorado

On Wednesday, [Matthew] Kahl, [a veteran who served six years in the military], was at the Colorado state Capitol advocating for a bill to create a pilot project allowing marijuana delivery.

Currently in Colorado, the only way to obtain marijuana is by physically going to a dispensary.

The measure--which has already passed the House--is being heard in the State Senate Judiciary Committee.

The committee heard testimony Tuesday but will not vote on the measure until perhaps next week.

A plethora of groups have come out against the measure, including Smart Colorado, the Colorado Chiefs of Police, the Colorado Municipal League and the city of Denver.

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