Colorado Cannabis Lawyer Reflects On 10-Year Anniversary Of Legalization

It’s been ten years since Colorado became one of the first two states in the country to legalize recreational cannabis. And since then, the market has grown to 37 states that permit medical marijuana and 19 that have legal adult-use markets. This November, that tally might change as voters in five states—Arkansas, Maryland, Missouri, North Dakota and South Dakota—will decide on whether they want to legalize adult-use marijuana.

Recently, Brian Vicente, cofounder of cannabis law firm Vicente Sederberg, which played a key role in the drafting of Amendment 64, a Colorado ballot measure that legalized adult-use cannabis in the state, commemorated this anniversary by sharing his thoughts on what has worked in this pioneer market and what hasn’t. He also sounded off on what he finds most problematic in the overall community and the measures he’s undertaken to address these wrongs.

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