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Thursday, July 3, 2014

New rules for edible marijuana products are moving forward in Colorado

From Colorado comes news that updated regulations for edible marijuana products are moving forward.  The Denver Post reports the details:

Under a draft proposal, the state would essentially regulate out of existence bite-sized products that pack in 100 milligrams of active THC, the maximum allowed by state law.

 

The draft rules from the Department of Revenue would provide incentives for companies to produce 10 milligram products — the standardized serving size under state law — by putting greater burdens on manufacturers of products between 10 and 100 milligrams.

 

For example, a candy bar in that range would need to be divided into sections that can easily be broken off, with each section marked or stamped with its THC content. Edibles that don't lend themselves to such division — say, granola or potato chips — would need to come in packages with no more than 10 milligrams total.

As I wrote here a few weeks ago, I believe that permitting the sale of bite sized candies that contain 10 doses of marijuana is regulatory insanity.  It's good to see that Colorado is moving quickly to address the problem. 

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/marijuana_law/2014/07/new-rules-for-edible-marijuana-products-are-moving-forward-in-colorado.html

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Comments

Agreed. Had a very positive experience in Denver last week on my research trip but to be sure, a 100mg truffle was reduced to crumble when I attempted to break it into smaller portions.

Posted by: Ryan Agnew | Jul 3, 2014 11:26:53 PM

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