The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: More money for university’s cannabis research institute

More good news for Colorado State University-Pueblo.

Last week, the Colorado General Assembly Joint Budget Committee voted to award the university $1.8 million for its Institute of Cannabis Research.

That’s double the amount the Legislature granted the university last year for its innovative research center. The money will be included in the Long Bill, the spending state budget bill that the Legislature votes on each year.

“(The JBC) sees the value of research,” said Pueblo County Commissioner Sal Pace. “There is great opportunity and the local community has helped the program.”

Read more at The Pueblo Chieftain.

0 Responses to The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: More money for university’s cannabis research institute

  1. Robert Chase March 17, 2017 at 5:55 pm #

    “The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: More money for university’s cannabis research institute”

    — an editorial is an expression of opinion, not a statement of fact (and not a question — the Denver Post is fond of putting questions to its readers as the headlines of ostensible editorials).

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