New rule to control potency of marijuana edibles in Colorado

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DENVER -- There is new rule in Colorado now that will help make sure pot brownies aren't too potent.

Colorado regulators drafted this rule specifically for edibles which may make it easier for people to know just how much pot they're consuming.

Sara Morris has the explanation about what this means in her video report above.


1 Comment

  • Good News

    The nice thing about this is that it will be limited to retail shops. It continues to be perfectly legal for adults to make their own edibles (from the 6 plants that they can legally grow) where they can legally make them as potent as they want with no legal requirement to label anything!

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