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What The Death Of HB 16-1110 Means For Child Custody Cases

For the second year in a row, a Colorado bill designed to protect the rights of parents was killed in the state House committee. According to a recent article in the Denver Post, House Bill 16-1110, referred to as the Parent's Bill of Rights, would have given parents more say in educational, medical and child custody matters.

Can A Parent's Legal Marijuana Use Impact A Child Custody Case?

Colorado Amendment 64 made it legal for adults 21 and older to grow, purchase, possess and smoke marijuana. However, just because marijuana use is no longer criminal does not mean there are no legal ramifications. Parents must be aware that marijuana use has the potential to impact their child custody case.

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