On November 21st, the Marijuana Enforcement Division announced that Revised Medical Marijuana Rules, 1 CCR 212-1 and Revised Retail Marijuana Rules, 1 CCR 212-2 will go into effect on January 1, 2018. Below is the announcement from the MED.

Dear Marijuana Enforcement Division Stakeholders:

As part of the Marijuana Enforcement Division’s 2017 permanent rulemaking session, on November 17, 2017, Executive Director Michael Hartman, as the State Licensing Authority, adopted permanent medical and retail marijuana rules, which have been published on the Division’s website at 

  • Unless otherwise noted within the rule, adopted rules are effective January 1, 2018. Licensees should continue to comply with the current rules until that date.
  • The adopted rules published on the Division’s website are not an amalgamated version of all medical and retail marijuana rules – they only include new and amended rules that were subject to the Division’s 2017 permanent rule-making session. 
  • An amalgamated version of the medical and retail marijuana rules that incorporate new and amended rules will be made available on the Division’s website after the Secretary of State publishes the official amalgamated version. 
The Marijuana Enforcement Division 

To read the revised rules, click on the links below:


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