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Boulder, CO 80302
The Law Office of Craig Small has extensive experience in all aspects of Colorado regulatory marijuana laws. Please contact Mr. Small’s office to setup a consultation to understand how you can successfully navigate the exponentially complex state law, agency regulations and local codes to legally participate in Colorado’s marijuana programs. DISCLAIMER: Marijuana remains illegal under federal law. The Law Office of Craig Small only advises clients on the legalities of Colorado marijuana law.
The Law Office of Craig Small can help you with any or all of the following:
Medical Marijuana Patients and Primary Caregivers: On November 7, 2000, 54% of Colorado voters approved Amendment 20, which amended the State Constitution to allow the use of cannabis in the state for approved patients with written medical consent. Under Colorado medical marijuana law medical marijuana patients with a physician’s recommendation, or their designated primary caregivers, may grow and possess as much medical marijuana as medically necessary.
Additional protection for medical marijuana patients is granted to patients, or their designated primary caregivers, that voluntarily enroll in the Medical Marijuana Registry, a confidential database of patients, which have applied for a registry identification card for the medical use of marijuana. Registry identification cards are available to Colorado residents and valid only in Colorado.
Understand your rights as a medical marijuana patient or primary caregiver...
Medical Marijuana Businesses: Colorado medical marijuana business law requires businesses to be dual licensed by the State of Colorado and the local jurisdiction where the business is located. The Colorado Department of Revenue: Marijuana Enforcement Division oversees state licensing and each local jurisdiction has its own set of licensing codes and requirements. Needless to say, this dual licensing has resulted in a complex myriad of laws, regulations and codes that are subject to regular changes. Contact for more information.
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Recreational Marijuana Adult Use: On November 6, 2012 Colorado voters approved Amendment 64 amending the Colorado Constitution to legalize marijuana in the state of Colorado. Under this new Constitutional provision, adults 21 or older can grow up to three immature and three mature cannabis plants privately in a locked space, legally possess all cannabis from the plants they grow, legally possess up to one ounce of cannabis and give as a gift up to one ounce to other citizens 21 years of age or older. This amendment applies to both Colorado residents and out of state visitors. Contact for assistance.
Understand your rights as a recreational marijuana user in Colorado.
Recreational Marijuana Businesses: Amendment 64 also provides for the lawful operation of marijuana-related facilities to manufacture, cultivate, transport and sell marijuana to adults 21 or older. Similar to medical marijuana business, Colorado marijuana business law requires businesses to be dual licensed by the State of Colorado and the local jurisdiction where the business is located. The Colorado Department of Revenue: Marijuana Enforcement Division oversees state licensing and each local jurisdiction has its own set of licensing codes and requirements. As stated above, this dual licensing has resulted in a complex myriad of laws, regulations and codes that are subject to regular changes at a faster speed than medical marijuana law. Contact for more information.