In November of 2000, Colorado voters established an affirmative defense for the use of small amounts of medical marijuana for patients and their primary caregivers through an amendment to the constitution popularly known as Amendment 20. In 2010, the Colorado General Assembly established the Colorado Medical Marijuana Code. Click the link below to see a copy of Amendment 20.
Colorado laws pertaining to Medical Marijuana
- Colorado Revised Statutes 18-18-406.3
Medical use of marijuana by persons diagnosed with debilitating medical conditions – unlawful acts – penalty – medical marijuana program cash fund.
- Colorado Revised Statute 25-1.5-106
Medical marijuana program – powers and duties of department.
- House Bill 1043
Concerning Medical Marijuana, and Making an Appropriation Therefor.
- House Bill 1284
Colorado Medical Marijuana Code.
- Senate Bill 109
Concerning Regulation of the Physician-Patient Relationship for Medical Marijuana Patients.
Qualifying Medical Conditions
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