Senate Bill 17-178 – “Marijuana Use A Condition Of Bond”

Concerning prohibiting a court from requiring a medical-marijuana patient to abstain from the use of marijuana as a condition of bond.

Summary:

The bill prohibits a court from imposing as a bond condition a ban on marijuana use if the person possesses a valid medical marijuana registry identification card.

Sponsors:

Senator Vicki Marble | Representative Jovan Melton

Signed on April 6th 2017 By: Crisanta Duran (Speaker of The House of Representatives) ; Kevin J. Grantham (President of The Senate) ; Marilyn Eddins (Chief Clerk of The House of Representatives) ; Effie Ameen (Secretary of The Senate) ; John W. Hickenlooper (Governor of The State of Colorado)

Senate Bill 17-237 – “Age Of Employees Serving Alcohol On Premises”

Concerning the age of employees permitted to sell alcohol beverages at specified establishments licensed to sell alcohol beverages for consumption on the licensed premises.

Summary:

Current law prohibits an employee of a tavern or lodging and entertainment facility who is under 21 years of age from selling malt, vinous, or spirituous liquors.

The bill permits a licensed tavern or lodging and entertainment facility that regularly serves meals to allow an employee who is at least 18 years of age but under 21 years of age to sell malt, vinous, or spirituous liquors if the employee is supervised on-site by a person who is at least 21 years of age.

Sponsors:

Senator Vicki Marble | Senator Bob Gardner | Representative Dan Nordberg | Representative Alec Garnett

Signed on June 5th 2017 By: Crisanta Duran (Speaker of The House of Representatives) ; Kevin J. Grantham (President of The Senate) ; Marilyn Eddins (Chief Clerk of The House of Representatives) ; Effie Ameen (Secretary of The Senate) ; John W. Hickenlooper (Governor of The State of Colorado)

Senate Bill 17-269 – “Retail Liquor Store Sales Revenue Non-Alcohol Goods”

Concerning the exclusion of specified non-alcohol products from the calculation of the maximum amount of a retail liquor store’s annual gross sales revenue that may be derived from the sale of non-alcohol products.

Summary:

Current law permits a licensed retail liquor store to sell non-alcohol products, subject to a 20% limit on gross sales revenue from the sale of non-alcohol products.

The bill excludes revenues from the sale of cigarettes, tobacco products, nicotine products; lottery products; ice, soft drinks, and mixers; and nonfood items related to the consumption of alcohol beverages from the calculation of the cap on a retail liquor store’s gross revenues from the sale of non-alcohol products.

Sponsors:

Senator Vicki Marble | Senator Irene Aguilar | Representative Faith Winter | Representative Hugh McKean

Signed on June 5th 2017 By: Crisanta Duran (Speaker of The House of Representatives) ; Kevin J. Grantham (President of The Senate) ; Marilyn Eddins (Chief Clerk of The House of Representatives) ; Effie Ameen (Secretary of The Senate) ; John W. Hickenlooper (Governor of The State of Colorado)

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