New medical marijuana rules pass in Colo. House

DENVER — With no additional debate, the Colorado House of Representatives gave its final approval Friday to new rules for medical marijuana dispensaries, caregivers and patients.

House Bill 1043 passed by a margin of 52-12.

Among the many changes to the Colorado Medical Marijuana Code, the bill would require marijuana growers to register their cultivation site and identify all patient, keep no more than 500 marijuana plants on-site unless granted a waiver, and also extends a moratorium on new dispensaries by a year, to the summer of 2012.

New marijuana rules for dispensaries, caregivers and patients in Colorado have been given final approval in the Colorado House.

The bill now heads to the Senate.

via : Kwgn

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