A four-page warning about potential health effects and criminal penalties will accompany marijuana concentrate sales in Colorado by the beginning of 2023, according to the state Marijuana Enforcement Division, but it’s unclear how often those warnings will be handed out.
The MED released 476 pages detailing a final adoption order of new commercial marijuana rules on November 12, but didn’t include a final decision on a soon-to-be required education resource for dispensary customers who purchase THC concentrate. That document, a four-page pamphlet, was made public on November 19. The MED still won’t say how often that pamphlet must be included with concentrate sales, however, and whether it must be available at a customer’s discretion or included with every purchase.
“We did inform stakeholders that the resource would have to be provided in hard copy,” MED communications director Shannon Gray writes in an email. “That said, we do see opportunities to work with licensees on the various ways they can comply with the requirement, and we are supportive of licensee efforts that work to make the resource available electronically as part of a supplemental measure (not in place of the hardcopy resource).” [Read more at Westword]