“We invented the 420 rally,” Miguel Lopez’s lawyer said. “It’s us or nobody.”
Alex joined The Cannabist as Editor in April 2017. He started his journalism career in Colorado as a reporter at community newspapers and national ski magazines before heading to New York to work as an editor at Condé Nast Traveler and digital travel startup Jetsetter.
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Former congressman Tom Tancredo, who recently entered 2018 race for Colorado governor, speaks about his support in 2012 for marijuana legalization ballot initiative Amendment 64.
“The federal government has lied to the American people for a generation about cannabis in asserting that it has no medical value,” Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz said.
Organa Brands, which makes vaporizers, edibles and other cannabis products, has invested in marijuana advertising at TSA checkpoints at California’s Ontario International Airport.
A Colorado cannabis entrepreneur is making a play for control of the Denver 4/20 rally after its controversial aftermath this past April.
By the turn of the 20th century, the city’s unruly reputation thrust the nascent state of Colorado into a love-hate relationship with prohibition that is still being realized to this day.
The Oregon Democrat and longtime champion of medical marijuana made the remarks in testimony before a U.S. House Subcommittee on Health hearing on proposals for ending the opioid crisis.
Marijuana has become a religion led by the false prophet money, Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM) president Kevin Sabet told a symposium at Colorado Christian University.
The governors of Alaska and Washington are questioning the data cited by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in recent letters he sent to their states regarding the efficacy of their respective marijuana regulatory regimes
A diverse group of cannabis advocates filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of marijuana as Schedule I in the Controlled Substances Act.
Marijuana taxes paid the lion’s share of the new Pueblo County Scholarship Fund that on Tuesday awarded 210 students $2,000 each for the 2017-18 academic year.
Cannabis is joining the ranks of the financial, advertising, and alcohol industries with the formation of its first self-regulatory organization.
Singer-songwriter Greta Gaines’ new album “Tumbleweed” includes bonus track “Light it Up” benefiting marijuana advocacy non-profit groups.
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High Times magazine now has outside ownership for the first time, in a reported $70 million acquisition by a group of investors including Damian Marley and Colorado cannabis power players
The fifth annual Mother’s High Tea brought some of the most influential women in cannabis together to remember their struggles, honor their successes and uphold a new generation of leaders.
The leader of the International Church of Cannabis, Steve Berke, had a first community meeting to answer concerns from Washington Park neighbors.
Concentrates and edibles are grabbing more market share from traditional flower, and medical marijuana patients spend three times more than recreational users.
The International Church of Cannabis opened its doors on 4/20 with a dialed-back event. Elevation Ministries leadership was forced to switch to an invitation-only approach after city officials threatened arrests.
As cannabis enthusiasts celebrate 4/20, the long shadow of the Trump Administration has also has sent chills across a blossoming cannabis industry and the wider decriminalization and legalization movement.
The International Church of Cannabis is setting up shop in a historic Denver building, drawing curiosity and concern ahead of its official opening April 20.
Elevationism doesn’t resemble traditional religious practices, and its formation and structure are even less orthodox.
Where a buzz hits you can tell you a lot about what you’ll be in for. Here, the 303 Kush sat in the center of my head — right behind my eyes — and camped out. This is the kind of “Magic Eye High” where you find yourself looking at something, but also through it at the same time. And, to be fair, this is exactly what I was looking for.
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