Weed Delivery in Colorado Could Start This Fall

Weed deliveries could arrive this fall in Colorado if the legislature passes House Bill 1092. The bill would start a marijuana delivery pilot program allowing home delivered medical and recreational cannabis. 

If approved a state-licensed delivery provider could pick up medical or recreational marijuana products from a licensed dispensary or store and deliver the products to a registered medical marijuana card holder with proper identification OR a person who is 21 years old or older at a physical address, meaning an apartment or house. Deliveries to hotels, dorms, bed and breakfasts would not be allowed. 

In this pilot program the state would only issue up to 15 delivery licenses for qualified applicants. 

If passed the state would start issuing licenses September 1, of 2018. 

In Oregon marijuana deliveries have been going on for a year now and reportedly there have been no safety hazards, theft or unauthorized sales to minors. They have not seen an increase in criminal activity either. 

What's your opinion? Would you support this bill?

I think this is a fantastic idea for medical marijuana patients who may be in too much pain to go out and get their marijuana. If they allow alcohol delivery they might as well allow weed delivery too.



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