DENVER (AP) — Gas and grass are some of the remaining to-do items waiting for Colorado lawmakers when they meet Wednesday for the last time this year.
They’ve also got to agree on a bill allowing full-strength beer in more grocery stores.
Colorado’s Democratic House and Republican Senate are close to agreement on one of the priciest bills of the year — setting aside some $115 million for oil and gas producers who were wrongly overcharged for certain taxes.
The beer and pot beer bills are a little trickier.
Swirling around the Legislature is the outcome of a bill to allow more grocery stores to sell full-strength beer.
The marijuana bill would allow out-of-state investors to join the state’s marijuana industry. The proposal has passed both chambers, but in slightly different forms.
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