On Monday, the Colorado Department of Revenue released a provisional list of rules for the state’s recreational marijuana marketplace, although it still leaves several intricate issues unanswered, it does in fact deliver additional particulars in respect to how the emerging industry will function.
The short-term set of rubrics terminates in October. In the meantime, state officials have proclaimed that they will partake in the necessary process of producing a more specified list of recreational marijuana retailing rules.
State officials made sure to make a note on the temporary list of rules that more regulatory detail would indeed be imminent in areas such as advertising, health and safety protections, labeling, testing, and inventory control.
The provisional list of dos and don’ts provides diminutive detail on significant facets of the marketplace, particularly the “seed-to-sale” tracking system.
“The State Licensing Authority intends to engage in additional rulemaking to establish additional inventory tracking system requirements,” the Colorado Department of Revenue noted.
Follow this link to view the temporary list of rules in its entirety. Stay with The 420 Times for any new developments concerning Colorado’s recreational marijuana marketplace and for all your marijuana community news.