DENVER — On one side: segments of Colorado’s hemp and marijuana industry, claiming a bill that won final approval in the House Thursday will benefit just one company and could carry a rash of unintended consequences.
A bipartisan bill filed in the Colorado House last week would make it harder for drug abusers to forge or duplicate prescriptions on paper to steal opioids, and it's kind of simple: prescribers and pharmacies should close the loop online.
Makes-you-wonder-department: Rep. Jim Wilson, Capitol M’s go-to for many things humorous, has struck again. He threatened recently to filibuster bills in the House until he got enough bids for three bags of flour donated by the Colorado Wheat Growers Association earlier in the week. The threat worked. Lawmakers, eager to get out for the […]