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On Dec. 10, Amendment 64 was formalized by proclamation of Gov. John Hickenlooper, and a task force was formed.
Read a memo by CML staff outlining some of the initial impacts this may have on municipalities in the state.
The Department of Revenue website posts critical information on Amendment 64. It also has issued a letter on the Amendment 64 timeline. Also, read the Task Force Report on the Implementation of Amendment 64.
A list of actions by municipalities on local implementation of Amendment 64.
Sample code changes for compliance
Sample prohibition ordinances
CML has prepared a flow chart for municipalities working on medical marijuana licensing procedures, as well as a Knowledge Now publication that provides an update on medical marijuana law, as of June 2010.
For information on the regulation of marijuana through Amendment 64, click here.
Read and watch the 9News story on municipal ballot issues related to medical marijuana.
Jump to information on: Municipal actionsSample formsDistrict court rulingsSample moratoriumsSample ballot issuesSample regulationsSample caregiver and home grow regulationsSample prohibition ordinancesHistorical information (prior to passage of HB 10-1284)
Click here for election results and municipal actions on medical marijuana issues.
PLEASE NOTE: The following information is intended for historical purposes and may be inapplicable after the passage of HB 10-1284. Click here for a copy of this legislation.
Please visit return to our website in the coming weeks as we'll be updating this information with a Knowledge Now white paper on HB 10-1284, implementation guidance, sample referred ballot questions, sample prohibition ordinances, and sample regulatory schemes. If you have questions in the meantime, please feel free to contact Rachel Allen, Kevin Bommer, or Mark Radtke at CML.