Senate Bill 149 would have created new reporting requirements for such marijuana business violations as sales to underage minors, contaminated product recalls and black market activity; it also called for increased dispensary inspections by the state Marijuana Enforcement Division.
Proponents of the bill had presented it as a path toward better protection of Colorado children while aligning state policies more closely with alcohol and tobacco enforcement, but marijuana industry stakeholders labeled it as an attempt to push for more restrictions on the business.
Colorado marijuana dispensaries passed underage sales checks at a 95 percent rate in 2021, according to the…
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