Colorado has thousands of laws relating to cannabis. There are laws covering everything from the labeling of cannabis products to where, and how security cameras are placed. There are laws about how the plants need to be tracked, and how cannabis can be advertised. Every facet of the industry is heavily regulated. Making matters even more complicated, different laws apply to medical marijuana than recreational marijuana. There is no centralized government database that houses all these laws — they’re scattered all over the place, and subject to change. For people operating in Colorado’s cannabis industry, it is a legal and regulatory nightmare.
That’s the problem CannaRegs set out to solve. The company created a searchable, centralized database of cannabis law for the state of Colorado. Unlike other law databases, however, CannaRegs’ database was created to be useful to attorneys and non-attorneys alike.
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