Colorado has long been on the cutting edge of legal marijuana in the United States, and it just approved legislation to allow home delivery of medical cannabis.

The following is a re-post of an article written by Paul Armentano of NORML 

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Legislation is before Democratic Gov. Jared Polis to regulate the home delivery of cannabis and cannabis-infused products.

House Bill 1234 establishes regulations for the delivery of cannabis products from state-licensed retailers. Under the plan, deliveries are limited to one per day per household, and are only permitted in municipalities that explicitly allow such activities. Deliveries to college campuses are prohibited.

The delivery of medical cannabis products would begin on January 2, 2020, while retail cannabis sales would begin on January 2, 2021.

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