Colorado’s top prosecutors and police officials want a two-year pause on new marijuana laws to give officers time to catch up.
In a letter dated last week and sent to lawmakers, leaders of the state’s three main groups of law enforcement officials said local police, “cannot keep up with the quantity and speed of constantly-changing marijuana law.”
There have been 81 marijuana-related bills introduced in the Colorado legislature in just the past four years, according to the letter.
“[R]egulation seems to change on a daily basis and this process must be slowed down,” the groups wrote. [Read more at The Denver Post]