Bill To Limit Residential Marijuana Grow Ops

The Colorado House of Representatives passed a bill Monday that would limit residential medical marijuana grow operations to 16 plants, down from the 99 currently allowed.  According to data from the Colorado Department of Public Health, the new plant total will allow patients to continue to grow their medicine in a manner appropriate for residential areas. Supporters believe that by limiting larger grow operations to more suitable venues, an adequate balance between the needs of patients and the rights of their neighbors to live in a safe community, can be achieved. The bill now moves to the Senate for a vote.

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