Amendments for HB16-1261

House Journal, April 7
5 HB16-1261 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
6 the Committee on Appropriations with favorable
7 recommendation:
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9 Amend printed bill, page 2, strike line 3 and substitute "(1) and (14.5);
10 and add (1.5), (17.5), and (21.5) as follows:".
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12 Page 2, after line 5 insert:
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14 "(1) "Executive director" means the executive director of the
15 department of revenue "ESCORTED" MEANS APPROPRIATELY CHECKED
16 INTO THE LIMITED ACCESS AREA AND ACCOMPANIED BY A PERSON
17 LICENSED BY THE STATE LICENSING AUTHORITY; EXCEPT THAT TRADE
18 CRAFTSPEOPLE NOT NORMALLY ENGAGED IN THE BUSINESS OF
19 CULTIVATING, PROCESSING, OR SELLING RETAIL MARIJUANA NEED NOT BE
20 ACCOMPANIED ON A FULL-TIME BASIS, BUT ONLY REASONABLY
21 MONITORED.
22 (1.5) "EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR" MEANS THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF
23 THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE.".
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25 Page 3, after line 11 insert:
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27 "SECTION 2. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 12-43.4-104, amend
28 (3) as follows:
29 12-43.4-104. Applicability - retail marijuana. (3) As provided
30 in section 16 (5) (f) of article XVIII of the state constitution, any local
31 jurisdiction may enact ordinances or regulations governing the time,
32 place, manner, and number of retail marijuana establishments, which may
33 include a local licensing requirement, or may prohibit the operation of
34 retail marijuana establishments through the enactment of an ordinance or
35 through a referred or initiated measure. IF A COUNTY ACTS THROUGH AN
36 INITIATED MEASURE, THE PROPONENTS SHALL SUBMIT A PETITION SIGNED
37 BY NOT LESS THAN FIFTEEN PERCENT OF THE REGISTERED ELECTORS IN THE
38 COUNTY.".
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40 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
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42 Page 3, line 26, after "(F)," insert "(3) (a) (VII), and after "(XVII)," insert
43 "(3)(a)(XIX)".
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45 Page 5, line 5, strike "THE" and substitute "THE STATE LICENSING
46 AUTHORITY SHALL GIVE THE LICENSEE AN OPPORTUNITY TO REMEDIATE
47 THE PRODUCT IF THE TEST INDICATED THE PRESENCE OF A MICROBIAL. IF
48 THE LICENSEE IS UNABLE TO REMEDIATE THE PRODUCT, THE".
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50 Page 5, after line 25 insert:
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52 "(VII) Labeling requirements for retail marijuana and retail
53 marijuana products sold by a retail marijuana establishment that are at
54 least as stringent as imposed by section 25-4-1614 (3) (a), C.R.S., and
55 include but are not limited to:
56 (A) The license number of the retail marijuana cultivation license;
1 (B) The license number of the retail marijuana store;
2 (C) An identity statement and standardized graphic symbol;
3 (D) The batch number;
4 (E) A net weight statement;
5 (F) THC potency and the potency of such other cannabinoids or
6 other chemicals, including but not limited to CBD, as determined relevant
7 by the state licensing authority;
8 (G) A list of the nonorganic pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, and
9 solvents used during cultivation or production;
10 (H) A statement to the effect of: "This product contains marijuana
11 and was cultivated or produced without regulatory oversight for health,
12 safety, or efficacy, and there may be health risks associated with the
13 consumption of the product.";
14 (I) Warning labels;
15 (J) Solvents used in the extraction process;
16 (K) Amount of THC per serving and the number of servings per
17 package for marijuana products;
18 (L) A list of ingredients and possible allergens for retail marijuana
19 products;
20 (M) A recommended use by or expiration date for retail marijuana
21 products;
22 (N) A nutritional fact panel for edible marijuana products; and
23 (O) A universal symbol indicating the package contains
24 marijuana; AND
25 (P) THE POTENCY OF THE RETAIL MARIJUANA OR RETAIL
26 MARIJUANA PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTED ON THE LABEL.".
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28 Page 6, line 9, strike "AND".
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30 Page 6, line 12, strike "OWNERS." and substitute "OWNERS; AND".
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32 Page 6, after line 12 insert:
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34 "(XIX) NON-ESCORTED VISITORS IN LIMITED ACCESS AREAS.".
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36 Page 7, strike lines 7 through 24.
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38 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
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40 Page 8, line 20, strike "(1) (f) and (1) (g)" and substitute "(1) (f), (1) (g),
41 and (4)".
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43 Page 9, after line 3 insert:
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45 "(4) NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION OF LAW TO THE
46 CONTRARY, A LICENSED RETAIL CULTIVATION FACILITY OR A LICENSED
47 RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS MANUFACTURER MAY COMPENSATE ITS
48 EMPLOYEES USING PERFORMANCE-BASED INCENTIVES.
49 SECTION 8. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 12-43.4-402, amend
50 (3) (a) (I); add (11); and repeal (3) (a) (II) as follows:
51 12-43.4-402. Retail marijuana store license - definitions.
52 (3) (a) (I) A retail marijuana store may not sell more than one ounce of
53 retail marijuana or its equivalent in retail marijuana products, including
54 retail marijuana concentrate, EXCEPT FOR NON-EDIBLE,
55 NON-PSYCHOACTIVE RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS, INCLUDING
56 OINTMENTS, LOTIONS, BALMS, AND OTHER NON-TRANSDERMAL TOPICAL
1 PRODUCTS during a single transaction to a person. who has a valid
2 identification card showing that the person is a resident of the state of
3 Colorado.
4 (II) A retail marijuana store may not sell more than a quarter of an
5 ounce of retail marijuana or its equivalent in retail marijuana products,
6 including retail marijuana concentrate, during a single transaction to a
7 person who does not have a valid identification card showing that the
8 person is a resident of the state of Colorado.
9 (11) A DISPLAY CASE CONTAINING MARIJUANA CONCENTRATE
10 MUST INCLUDE THE POTENCY OF THE MARIJUANA CONCENTRATE NEXT TO
11 THE NAME OF THE PRODUCT.".
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13 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
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15 Page 10, after line 3 insert:
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17 "SECTION 11. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 18-18-406, add
18 (5.5) as follows:
19 18-18-406. Offenses relating to marijuana and marijuana
20 concentrate. (5.5) (a) IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR A PERSON TO TRANSFER
21 MARIJUANA OR MARIJUANA CONCENTRATE AT NO COST TO A PERSON IF
22 THE TRANSFER IS IN ANY WAY RELATED TO REMUNERATION FOR ANY
23 OTHER SERVICE OR PRODUCT.
24 (b) A VIOLATION OF THIS SUBSECTION (5.5) IS A LEVEL 1 DRUG
25 MISDEMEANOR.".
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27 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
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House Journal, April 15
1 HB16-1261 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
2 the Committee of the Whole with favorable
3 recommendation:
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5 Amend printed bill, page 10, after line 15 insert:
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7 "SECTION 11. Appropriation. (1) For the 2016-17 state fiscal
8 year, $132,251 is appropriated to the department of revenue. This
9 appropriation is from the marijuana cash fund created in section 12-43.3-
10 501 (1) (a), C.R.S. To implement this act, the department may use this
11 appropriation as follows:
12 (a) $108,512 for marijuana enforcement, which amount is based
13 on an assumption that the department will require an additional 2.0 FTE;
14 (b) $14,238 for CITA annual maintenance and support; and
15 (c) $9,501 for the purchase of legal services.
16 (2) For the 2016-17 state fiscal year, $9,501 is appropriated to the
17 department of law. This appropriation is from reappropriated funds
18 received from the department of revenue under paragraph (c) of
19 subsection (1) of this section. To implement this act, the department of
20 law may use this appropriation to provide legal services for the
21 department of revenue.".
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23 Renumber succeeding section accordingly.
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25 Page 1, line 104, strike "AGENCIES." and substitute "AGENCIES AND
26 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.".
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