Medical Marijuana in Colorado
Medical Marijuana in Colorado
Are you looking to get your Medical Marijuana in Colorado state? The talented team of doctors that work with CalmEffect are here to help guide you through every single step of the process.
Keep reading to learn the CalmEffect difference and how to get your medical card in Colorado.
Colorado - Qualifying Conditions:
Medical Marijuana Conditions for Colorado are as follows (Updated February 7, 2020).
MEDICAL MARIJUANA CONDITIONS FOR COLORADO - QUALIFYING CONDITIONS
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Chronic pain
- Chronic nervous system disorders
- HIV or AIDS
- Persistent Muscle Spasms
- Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome
- Any condition that qualifies for opioid medications.
With a growing roster of Doctors who can prescribe cannabis all over Colorado, Calm Effect is ready to help. Learn how you can get your medical card in Colorado by filling out the form on this page.
By following these steps, if your doctor recommends Medical Marijuana in Colorado as a solution for your condition and unique symptoms, you'll be eligible for a Colorado medical marijuana card with access to our growing roster of dispensaries across the entire state. Mail-order and walk ins are available.
If you are ready to start your journey with Medical Marijuana in Colorado, we are here to help you.
Where to Buy Marijuana in Colorado
Visit our Marijuana Dispensary Locations Page for Colorado to find out where you can access your meds.
Colorado Medical Marijuana Doctors: Our Service Areas
Our roster of Medical Cannabis Doctors are ready to serve you in these areas and more. Once connecting with a Doctor through Calm Effect, you will have access to our roster of medical marijuana dispensary locations:
Our informed Advisors can connect you with a Doctor and the Medical Marijuana Dispensary closest to you. Go Natural with Alternative Natural Medicine.
Stay Updated with CalmEffect, Colorado!
10/2/20 - Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) issued 2,732 pardons for past marijuana convictions. Although the new law he is using allows him to grant clemency to people convicted of possessing up to two ounces of cannabis, he has decided, at least for now, to help only those with records for up to one ounce.
9/22/20 - Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) celebrated federal grant money to support a hemp program at Colorado State University Pueblo. Also, Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) tweeted, "My #SAFEBankingAct is a bipartisan bill that addresses a public safety issue. The genie is out of the bottle when it comes to marijuana policy and it’s past time to align Federal and State law."
8/24/20 - A Denver, Colorado business is being denied access to a federally funded coronavirus relief program that distributes masks and hand sanitizer simply because it sells CBD products. Also, Colorado regulators are being pressured to loosen pesticide testing requirements for marijuana products.
8/6/20 - New data released by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment shows that “youth marijuana use has not significantly changed since legalization”—despite spin from prohibitionists. Methods of cannabis consumption are shifting, however. Also, Colorado regulators released reports on THC concentrations in marijuana products.
7/16/20 - Colorado regulators are proposing a model where marijuana social equity applicants could essentially be franchises of existing cannabis businesses. The program could help people harmed by the drug war get to market earlier, but some advocates are skeptical that upstart entrepreneurs could be taken advantage of by larger operators. Also, Colorado generated $33.6 million in marijuana tax revenue and fees in June.
6/26/20 - Colorado's attorney general tweeted, "Crimes at #cannabis businesses are often driven by the fact that so many of them are all-cash businesses. That's why we led a coalition of State AGs to support @RepPerlmutter's work on the #SAFEBanking Act, allowing such companies access to safe banking."
6/16/20 - Colorado lawmakers sent Gov. Jared Polis (D) a bill to let the governor unilaterally pardon people with past marijuana possession convictions, removing prosecutors and judges from the process under current law that mandates they be consulted on a case-by-case basis. The provision is included in broader legislation that would provide a definition for businesses that can participate in the state's cannabis social equity program.
6/11/20 - The Colorado House Finance Committee approved a newly introduced bill that would define which businesses qualify as marijuana social equity applicants and are eligible for incentives such as reduced fees and access to an accelerator program. Also, A Colorado Department of Transportation survey found that people who consumed marijuana more often considered driving under the influence of it to be less dangerous.
6/1/20 - Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) extended a coronavirus executive order allowing online ordering and curbside pickup at marijuana dispensaries and letting doctors issue medical cannabis recommendations via telemedicine.
5/28/20 - Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) spoke about cannabis, President Trump and his reelection bid in a new interview with Marijuana Moment. Among other things, he said that he would vote for legalization if it were on Colorado's ballot again, takes issue with GOP colleagues' rhetoric on marijuana language being included in coronavirus relief bills and expects a Senate cannabis banking vote by the end of the year.
3/23/20 - Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) issued an executive order allowing marijuana businesses to do curbside pickup and letting doctors issue medical cannabis recommendations via telemedicine during the coronavirus pandemic.
MARIJUANA AND PREGNANCY COLORADO
A law going into effect on January 1, 2020 is making dispensaries across the state post warnings about the effects of marijuana on pregnant women.
According to the U.S. Attorney General as well as others in the medical field, it is not safe for a baby if the mother is using marijuana in any form. The active chemical in marijuana, THC, has been reported to be bad for babies.
Colorado State Announces Marijuana Rules Taking effect Jan. 1, 2020
Medical marijuana delivered to your door. Recycling of marijuana product packaging. A “hospitality” license.
These are some of the changes going into effect in Colorado’s marijuana industry on Jan. 1, the state’s Department of Revenue announced on Tuesday.
The rules are the product of a handful of General Assembly bills, as well as working groups and public comments.
Among the changes are the creation of a permit allowing deliveries from medical marijuana stores to people’s residences. In 2021, there will also be a permit allowing recreational marijuana deliveries.
Marijuana establishments will also be able to collect containers, packages and cartridges for recycling. Industrial hemp, which is currently limited to sale in medical marijuana stores, will be allowed in recreational marijuana retailers as well.
There will be a new category of business license for “marijuana hospitality” establishments. These include venues that allow consumption of marijuana on their premises as well as businesses that sell and provide for consumption onsite.
Colorado Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Protect Employees Who Use Marijuana Off The Clock
Two lawmakers in Colorado are pushing for passage of a law that would protect employees in the state from being fired for their use of marijuana off the job. The measure, House Bill 20-1089, was introduced by Democratic Rep. Jevon Melton of Aurora.
If passed, the bill would prohibit employers “from terminating an employee for the employee’s lawful off-duty activities that are lawful under state law.” Similar legislation was enacted in California when that state legalized the recreational use of cannabis, but so far Colorado has yet to pass an equivalent measure.
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