Attached is the full copy of the DOR's regulations on marijuana advertising sales.  Highlighted areas that tend to be newspaper specific (starts around page 4).

In a nutshell, regulations include:

• A Retail Marijuana Establishment shall not engage in Advertising in a print publication unless the Retail Marijuana Establishment has reliable evidence that no more than 30 percent of the publication’s readership is reasonably expected to be under the age of 21.

CPA note: Please note it is on the establishment to ensure this, and not technically the newspaper's.

• A Retail Marijuana Establishment shall not engage in Advertising via the internet unless the Retail Marijuana Establishment has reliable evidence that no more than 30 percent of the audience for the internet web site is reasonably expected to be under the age of 21.

CPA note: Same criteria as above. But what about online viewers out of the state? Which leads to the next point and follow up.

• A Retail Marijuana Establishment shall not engage in Advertising that specifically targets Persons located outside the state of Colorado.

CPA note: In the conversations has had with the DOR and the CPA attorney on this issue, the key is the publication's primary circulation/distribution. So, a Visitor Guide that has the majority of circulation inside the state would not be of issue. HOWEVER, a point our attorney makes is the law is unclear, so in theory, DOR or DOJ could approach the issue, but so far it's not been a problem for any of our members.