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The New Colorado Marijuana Law

or the longest time, Amsterdam has been regarded as the world’s most weed-friendly place. But when the year started, it was replaced by the state of Colorado, making it the first state to legalize selling retail marijuana since the US federal government banned it in 1937. On November 16, 2012, Colorado voters approved Amendment 64 or the legalization of marijuana. The following month, it was already adapted to the state constitution. Regulators then proceeded to making the guidelines and specifics of the law for its historic implementation. As more people talk about Colorado’s new marijuana law, the more they hear about false ideas about it. In this article, readers will be provided with a clearer view on the law and its provisions. 1. Qualified sellers The Colorado state only allows licensed vendors to sell marijuana. To apply, go to Colorado Department of Revenue’s Marijuana Enforcement Division and get all necessary approval. In Denver, its capital city, sellers are required to apply for a local license as well. By January 1, more than twenty (20) vendors are already licensed and ready for selling according to the Denver Post. 2. Qualified buyers If you are 21 years old and above possessing a…

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