• A-64 Implementation Task Force considers limiting sales to CO residents

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    ”Once retail shops for recreational marijuana can open their doors in Colorado, who will actually be allowed to use them? This was one of the questions raised at a meeting yesterday of the Amendment 64 task force charged with making recommendations on implementing the new law. We’ll likely see more debate over the next month on the question of whether retail pot shops should be limited to in-state residents… ”No decisions were made, of course, but the question is whether or not allowing non-Colorado residents to access the industry was going to basically cause the feds to step in,” says Pabon, “because then this…[is] interstate commerce…and therefore crossing state boundaries.” “ Sam Levin at the Denver Westword

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