With the end of the 2017 legislative session, we wanted to send out an outline of the work that we did at the Capitol this year, for all of you.
Congratulations, Colorado Springs! You showed up to vote in the city council election and you made a difference! The result of the city council election leaves cannabis issues in a much better climate than where they were under the previous city council. This is a huge step in the right direction for Colorado Springs.
We are facing another very busy week at the State Capitol and it will be essential to have people call, email, and show up to testify! The patients and the majority of the industry need your help!
There are three very important bills in committee this Wednesday, the 1st and we wanted to get you up to speed. Two great bill and one horrible bill.
We feel compelled to address the issue with the statement that came out of the White House today, as well as strongly encourage everyone to call and email to oppose SB 17-184.
Today the Colorado Springs City Council passed an ordinance banning home concentrate production using flammable gasses and liquids. This does not include water-based hash extraction (water, ice, dry ice).
A Denver-based credit union aiming to become the first of its kind — one created to serve the Colorado marijuana industry — has suffered a setback.