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U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner is backing bipartisan legislation to ease the way for medical marijuana research that he hopes will be a big positive for Colorado.
Denver City Council President Albus Brooks is pushing the council to ban smoking on the entirety of the popular open-air 16th Street mall.
A Southern California attorney convicted along with his then-wife of planting drugs in the car of a PTA volunteer has been disbarred.
Different sports leagues have different regulations and thresholds for marijuana use by their players. Here’s a look at the variations in policy.
American Green is in escrow to buy the 120-acre community of Nipton, California, home to a handful of businesses and a tradition of dreaming big.
The Colorado hemp market has grown exponentially since it became legal, and farmers this year are expected to harvest 9,000 acres – up from 200 acres in 2014.
Medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado Springs may be allowed to stay open later to help patients access their medicine.
Federal law enforcement found more than 9,200 pot plants being grown illegally on two islands in the middle of the Colorado River — in clear view of Interstate 70.
Grammy-winning singer/songwriter and actor Olivia Newton-John has opened up about her use of marijuana.
“Cannabis: A Visual Perspective” opening Sept. 8 at the University of Colorado’s museum, showcases scientific illustrations of the plant and new research into the health effects funded by state marijuana research grants.
Milliken officials point to Garden City, a Weld County town that credits marijuana for half its annual revenue — $1.3 million last year — as a model for the community.
A $9.2 million grant from marijuana taxes will go to districts and schools that have created evidence-based plans to discourage underage use of marijuana.
Parachute, a community of only about 1,200 people just off Interstate 70, has approved its seventh recreational marijuana store.
Advocates for legalized recreational marijuana sales in Colorado Springs are setting their sights on a 2018 ballot proposal.
It might take a medicinal brownie or two to really enjoy the new Netflix comedy “Disjointed.”
A Larimer County man has been arrested on suspicion of child abuse after building an underground fallout bunker and then allegedly cooking hash oil in the room, blowing it up injuring himself and a juvenile.
Netflix entered the cannabis industry last weekend by releasing 10 special strains inspired by their best original shows.
The mayor pro-tem of Mead says that he proposed the idea of bringing marijuana shops to town as a way of raising much needed revenue for infrastructure, but it was about a year-and-a-half ago.
Colorado’s Office of Behavioral Health announced this week that Frisco and Montrose will both receive marijuana tax funding for new mental health facilities serving the Western Slope.
A 2-month-long Campaign Against Marijuana Planting netted 11,400 plants with a street value of $22.8 million, according to the San Mateo County Narcotics Task Force.
The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors has challenged recent raids by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife on small-scale cannabis grow sites, following reports of unfair actions from local growers.
Ricardo Baca guest commentary: Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and state Attorney General Cynthia Coffman should join Washington in calling out federal data as unreliable, misleading and inaccurate.
A city of Aspen parks employee helped police by retrieving a black container with marijuana inside from the “waste collector” beneath the men’s bathroom.
It appears that San Bernardino County may burn a company’s plans to turn Nipton, California into a marijuana tourism mecca.
A former special forces infantryman, who won the Bronze Star and uses marijuana to treat PTSD after tours to Iraq and Bosnia, has sued the Fountain police SWAT team after officers raided his legal marijuana greenhouse.
Canadian snowboarder Ross Rebagliati says he’s proud to be one of the first Olympians to open up about his cannabis use.
The Lafayette home mangled by a suspected hash oil explosion has sat virtually untouched in the months since the February blast, nearby residents say, and efforts to remedy the issue have fallen into a regulatory limbo of sorts.
“They really put a lot of time into this place, it’s not just a bigger building. It has heart. It has become something that our community members are really proud of.”
Snowmass town council members are seeking input on whether the Colorado ski town should allow marijuana stores in the village.
A recent court decision has drawn attention to that wide range of policies for training drug-sniffing dogs — and left some wondering if dogs that know how to nose out marijuana are overqualified for their jobs.
Boulder-based AeroGrow, a maker of hydroponic indoor gardens, reported revenue of $2.5 million for the quarter, an increase of 14 percent from last year.
Try this Jamaica-inspired beer-battered fish and “festival,” aka hush puppies, from “Cooking with Herb” by Cedella Marley.
An economist says marijuana black markets, like other underground economies, arise when government policy outlaws markets or imposes excessive regulation or taxation.
The Hill op-ed: Former Colorado director of marijuana coordination Andrew Freedman writes about growing up in the D.A.R.E. era.
“Freak Power,” a new movie about Hunter S. Thompson’s bizarre run to be county sheriff in the 1970s has selected Silverton, Colorado as its primary location.
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As California prepares for legalization in January, it turns out that a huge portion of the state’s weed is likely to remain on the black market.
Proposition 64 says cities or counties can “reasonably regulate” homegrown pot but an increasing number of cities are instituting rules that test the limits of what’s considered “reasonable,”
Your favorite raunchy party game is now the newest combatant in the fight to repeal cannabis prohibition in America.
The owner of a recently shuttered medical marijuana center is suing El Paso County commissioners after they put one of four dispensaries in unincorporated areas out of business.
Add some Caribbean flavor to your life with this recipe for Curry with Ritty Roti, from “Cooking with Herb” by Cedella Marley.
Keith Hammock, 49, of Denver was convicted of murder, assault and illegally growing marijuana during 2016 shooting that killed Keylin Mosley and a wounded a 14-year-old.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is recommending cannabis business stock up on marijuana products so they don’t run out the day of the eclipse.
Take a peek into Bob Marley’s family life and learn about Jamaican food with Cedella Marley, then try a recipe from her new “Cooking with Herb” cookbook.
A study by Mountain States Employers Council found most organizations in northern Colorado test for marijuana and half fire employees who test positive.
The Greeley, Colorado Police Department’s drug-sniffing dogs have been trained to alert officers to the smell of drugs but not marijuana.
A California couple is hoping their harrowing experience will serve as a warning to others that using butane to make honey oil can be extremely dangerous
With two members absent from Tuesday night’s study session, Longmont’s City Council postponed giving the city staff much in the way of even informal directives about policies they’d prefer to pursue to prepare for the possibility that marijuana sales establishments would be allowed to operate in the city.
RED OAK, Iowa — Police in southwestern Iowa have arrested a 10-year-old boy and the boy’s mother after officers say the boy tried to sell marijuana to a classmate. Shenandoah radio station KMA-AM reports that officers were called Monday to an elementary school in Red Oak, leading officers to search…
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