Laws: Constitution, Statutes and Regulations - Marijuana Enforcement




Rules 
In accordance with direction and mandates provided via the C.R.S.,  the Division promulgates regulations under which Colorado's Medical and Retail MarijuMarijuana industries expected to operate.  These regulations are put in place in accordance with the Colorado Administrative Procedures Act (C.R.S.24-4-101 et. seq.) and no permanent rules are enacted without formal public comment hearings.  Additionally, the MED has instituted the use of stakeholder working groups to generate the initial draft of proposed rules with which to begin the formal rulemaking process. 

Complete Version of Current Permanent Medical Marijuana Rules, Effective April 14, 2017 

These copies of the rules are provided as a convenience to the public by the Colorado Department of Revenue and do not constitute an official publication. The official version of these rules is published by the Office of the Secretary of State in the Colorado Code of Regulations and may be obtained from the Colorado Secretary of State's website.

MED Rulemaking Page


Industry Bulletins
At times it is necessary to provide industry members with time-sensitive information that provides additional guidance, short-term modification or clarification of compliance mandates. In those instances, the MED issues Industry Bulletins.  Industry Bulletins that are issued prior to current statutory provisions or rules may reference statutory provisions or rules that are no longer in effect.  The Marijuana Enforcement Division does not endorse or reject such bulletins.  Please seek legal counsel if you have questions as to the validity of such Industry Bulletins.
 
Statements of Position
In accordance with MED Rules M 104A and R 104 A, any person may petition the Division for a Statement of Position concerning the applicability to the petitioner of any provision of the Medical/Retail Code or any Regulation of the State Licensing Authority.   

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