Child Advocates Want Bill Protecting Children From Pot Growing

January 28, 2013 7:30 PM

Child Advocates Want Bill Protecting Children From Pot Growing
" DENVER (CBS4) – youngster proponents have been inquiring Colorado regime leaders for a instrument to defend what they name drug-endangered youngsters at present that correction 64 is regime law.

correction 64 permits groupings 21 and senior to have and devour pot, and besides turn it in their homes.Some groupings mind because tiddlers might be in those homes.

people can at present grow to six plant in their residence legally.If there are retime unitspective time unitsoultime units in a home all changing pot, that’time units a time unitworld-shattering change in a home, and experttime units time unitstate there are much of well-being ritime unitsktime units.

The minor advocaTors are noT verbalize wear’T change poT, buT raTher do iT responsibly "

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