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Colorado lawmakers have passed two measures they believe will curb illicit marijuana cultivation and potentially send more consumers to legal cannabis retailers.
The state Senate unanimously passed a bill Monday prohibiting people in co-ops from growing recreational cannabis for others, the Associated Press reported. The House already had passed the legislation.
The bill now goes to Gov. John Hickenlooper. The governor supports the measure, according to the news service, but it’s unclear when he will sign it.
The AP noted there are no state figures on the number of growing co-ops that might exist. The co-ops allow participants