See how the MPG utilizes new methods and data to analyze Colorado's medical and recreational cannabis markets, and regulatory performance.
The first full-scale assessment for effect of marijuana legalization upon Colorado's economy. The report includes output, employment, and tax-revenues. A discussion of market dynamics, tax-revenue dynamics, and sources of growth is included.
A first-of-its-kind study to determine the relationships between marijuana flower, concentrates, and infused edibles. This study for Colorado provides equivalency tables that can be used for possession and purchase limits in Colorado. It is likely to form the template for possession and purchase limits in subsequent states and countries.
An assessment of state demand for marijuana demand, and an estimate of the market share for retail marijuana under a legalized regime. Tax revenue estimates are included, following proposed taxation measures.
Commissioned by the Colorado Department of Revenue.
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Helping the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division assess pros and cons between production control methods. Production control using plant-count facilitates an RFID Seed-to-Sale tracking system. Whereas a square footage system (e.g., in WA) removes plant size variability. The report describes additional methods, such as by weight (per LB), energy input, and by THC content.