The Colorado Board of Health voted 6 - 1 on September 16 against arguments to change Colorado's medical marijuana caregiver laws. Currently, designated caregivers are alowed to service up to five patients with the option to request additional patients. The Proposal would have put a stiff cap of no more than 10 patients per caregiver.
So here's the thing. Only 4 out of the 2,896 caregivers in Colorado have more than 10 patients. So why would they be trying to cap those 4 caregivers? Flip side, why do those 4 caregivers need to service so many patients?
Read the complete article here and see what you think: Colorado Keeps Current Caregiver Rules.
Found at TheNug.com