On March 30, 2016, Rep. Dan Pabon and Sen. Owen Hill introduced HB 16-1427 – Concerning Exempting Multi-Serving Liquid Retail Marijuana Products from the Sales Equivalency Limitation. The bill was assigned to the House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee, where it was amended and referred to the House floor for Second Reading. It passed Second Reading with amendments and passed Third Reading with no further amendments. The bill was assigned in the Senate to the Business, Labor, & Technology Committee.
This bill exempts a multi-serving liquid retail marijuana product from the limit on equivalency sales if the product complies with all statutory and rule requirements regarding packaging of multi-serving edibles and the product: (1) is packaged in a structure that uses a single mechanism to achieve both child-resistance and accurate pouring dosing of each liquid serving in increments equal to or less than 10 milligrams per serving with no more than 100 milligrams total per package; and (2) the dosing component is within the child-resistant cap or closure of the bottle and not a separate component.
Max Montag is a 2016 J.D. Candidate at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.