On January 11, 2017, Sens. Randy Baumgardner & Chris Holbert and Rep. Jonathan Singer introduced SB 17-025, “Concerning the Development of Marijuana Education Materials.”
Committee on Cost-benefit Analysis of Legalized Marijuana in Colorado.
The bill directs the department of education:
- By July 1, 2017, to create and maintain a resource bank for public schools to use without charge that consists of materials and curricula pertaining to marijuana use; and
- Upon request of a public school, to provide technical assistance in designing age-appropriate curricula on marijuana use.
The bill authorizes resource bank expenses to be paid from the marijuana tax cash fund.
The bill was introduced in the Senate and assigned to the Business, Labor, & Technology Committee.