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Colorado Votes to Pass A64 & Good Med Extends Sale


Colorado Votes to Pass A64:
What Happens Next?

Colorado has made cannabis history... again.  Now what?  Sometime in the next 60 days, the Governor will to certify the election results, making Amendment 64 law.  Until certification occurs, it is not law.


A64 states that adults 21+ can start growing up to 6 cannabis plants (3 mature) for personal consumption, and possess up to 1 oz. of cannabis (which is a reduction from the 2 oz. limit for medical patients).  It will be ILLEGAL to sell or receive any remuneration, but other details remain uncertain.  Some attorneys are recommending the public exercise extreme caution until the state positions are clarified.  As Gov. Hickenlooper indicated in today's Denver Post, "The voters have spoken and we have to respect their will. This will be a complicated process, but we intend to follow through. That said, federal law still says marijuana is an illegal drug so don't break out the Cheetos or gold fish too quickly.”



A regulatory framework for retail sales of cannabis may be developed sometime between now and July 2014 requiring approval from the governor; licenses would not be issued until 2014.  Local governments will still have the right to ban retail sales.  Also at issue is whether taxes will be able to be collected on the retail sales of cannabis, as taxing requires a vote of the people.



This information is being provided to complement the other information that is avaialble on the subject of Amendment 64.  Good Meds offers medical marijuana products to licensed Colorado medical marijuana patients, and in no way puports to have legal expertise on the issue of A64, legalization or the impacts or actions of state/federal officials on the topic of Amendment 64.  If you are considering the personal consequences of Amendment 64, it is strongly recommended that you seek legal counsel.

Good Meds Dispensaries in Colorado

Good Meds So. Denver/Englewood
3431 S. Federal Blvd. Unit G
(1 block N of 285 @ Hampden)
Englewood, CO 80110
303-761-9170

Good Meds Georgetown
1402 Argentine St.
(Exit 228 off I-70)
Georgetown, CO 80444
303-569-0444

Good Meds Lakewood
1391 Carr St. #303
(SW corner of 14th & Carr)
Lakewood, CO 80214
303-238-1253

goodmedsnetwork.com


For valid Colorado medical marijuana patients only - must present government-issued photo ID, and medical marijuana registry card to purchase. Sale is available for patients at Good Meds Englewood, Lakewood and Georgetown.  Extended sale ends 11/9/12.

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