Monday, March 31, 2014
(Denver, CO) -- Letters will go out today in a crack down on medical marijuana around the state. It was announced Friday by the Colorado Health Department. It involves patients who have been given permission by doctors to grow more plants than the six outlined by the state. Doctors and patients will receive the letters and be required to justify a medical need for the additional plants. Caregivers who grow pot for those who can't may also soon be limited. There is a measure on the table to allow them to only serve five patients, growing six plants for each. Caregivers can currently apply for waivers to allow for more.