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In June of 2012 Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill outlawing the use of cathinones, commonly referred to as “bath salts.” What have been called the most dangerous and addictive drugs to hit Colorado in many years, the Colorado State Legislature passed the new law very quickly. One must ask why? The new law, passed and enacted on the signature of the Governor creates a criminal penalty for the possession of cathinones, the dangerous … Read The Rest
The Colorado Supreme Court let stand a lower appeals court decision rejecting the consumpton of medical marijuana as a constitutional right. When a Supreme Court exercises their jurisdictional discretion to refuse to disturb a lwoer court’s decision – that becomes the law of Colorado… unless the United States Supreme Court agrees to decide the case under the United States Constitution. The Colorado Court of Appeals decided in 2011 that medical-marijuana patients have no right to … Read The Rest
A new Colorado law Allows pregnant women to enter treatment for substance abuse without being prosecuted for using illegal drugs when their addiction is detected as part of a medical exam. The law was sponsored by Rep. Ken Summers, R-Lakewood, and Sen. Irene Aguilar, D-Denver Here is Rep. Summers reasoning: “This is about helping pregnant women and their unborn children who are seeking help, rather than punishing them. This bipartisan bill is good for the … Read The Rest