Colorado Moves to Limit Plant Count for Medical Grows from 99 to 16

March 17, 2017 TWB

Colorado is a step closer to curbing the plant count for medical patients that are allowed to grow for their own needs with a state bill that would bring the home allowance of 99 plants – down to 16 plants. The House of Representatives in Colorado recently gave their preliminary approval for the measure. Currently, the Centennial [...]

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