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Weed delivered to your front door could be reality under new Colorado bill

By Alicia Wallace and Aleta Labak, The Cannabist Staff
Oregon recently launched home delivery of recreational marijuana products — could Colorado follow suit? Pictured: Michael "Billy the Kid" Kenworthy, a marijuana delivery driver, selects a package of pot for a customer who identified herself as "Tracy," while conducting a transaction in Kenworthy's car on June 5, 2014, outside Tracy's home in Seattle.
Ted S. Warren, The Associated Press

Pizza, prescriptions, Prime … pot?

A bill introduced this week in the Colorado Senate would open the door for home-delivered recreational and medical marijuana in the state.

Senate Bill 192 would allow for medical marijuana dispensaries and recreational pot shops to apply for a license to deliver marijuana products to the private residences of Colorado adults or qualifying medical marijuana patients. The legislation is modeled after Oregon’s newly launched marijuana home delivery regulations, said Rep. Jonathan Singer, D-Longmont, who co-sponsored the bill with Sen. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, and Rep. Jovan Melton, D-Aurora.

Read the full story on The Denver Post website, click here.

 


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