House Bill 11-1250 might outlaw all medicinal cannabis edible products in
the state, overturning the licensing scheme for Infused Products
Manufacturers that was created by the state legislature last year.
Amendments have been proposed to lessen the impact of this bill, but
nothing is set in stone. All options remain on the table, and new, unseen
amendments have been promised by the sponsors.
No public comment will be taken at this hearing, so even though many people
testified about an edibles bill on March 1, the bill will be significantly
changed and the public will not be allowed an opportunity to comment on it.
LISTEN LIVE ONLINE
You can listen online to the House Judiciary committee hearing:
*** IMPORTANT: HAVE REAL-TIME IMPACT ON THIS HEARING ***
Many of the Reps. read their email during these hearings. If you hear
something you disagree with when you listen live online, you can send the
committee members an email, and there is a good chance they will see it. It
is very important is people to email the Reps. with links and research
refuting any law enforcement misinformation. Since this hearing is will not
allow public comment, real-time emails will be even more important.
HEARING ON CANNABIS EDIBLE BAN
House Judiciary Committee
DATE: Tues., March 15, 2011
LOCATION: Room 0107, Basement, state Capitol Building, 200 E. Colfax,
Email House Judiciary Committee members:
COPY AND PASTE EMAILS OF HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE AND BILL SPONSORS
Capitol Bill Room
Call the Bill Room for status on bills and any last minute time changes.
Go to the state legislature’s page to see the calendar or read the bill.
See background article:
March 1, 2011: HB1250 in Limbo: Committee Delays a Vote
Sponsor Links Cap’n Crunch and Izze to a
“Medical Marijuana Menace” for Colorado Children
(layout and graphics by wayward bill)