Our guests on The Cannabist Show this week: Colorado Cannabis Chamber of Commerce president Tyler Henson and Cannabist advice columnist Susan Squibb. [podcast] TOP MARIJUANA NEWS • Ohio voters rejected a ballot proposal that would have legalized both recreational and medical marijuana in a single stroke — a vote-getting strategy…
A marijuana industry group is taking Colorado lawmakers on a tour of some Denver dispensaries to show them how the pot business works.
Starting Oct. 1, Colorado will no longer allow marijuana edibles shaped like humans, animals, fruit or cartoons and will require more prominently displayed THC potency information. FULL REPORT
The increasing supply of legal marijuana is turning into a major buzz kill for growers – but there’s also opportunity for companies as well.
Andrew Freedman, the Colorado director of marijuana coordination, is part of a trio of drug policy experts who aim to help governments craft cannabis regulations.
Laura Harris, a former top marijuana enforcement regulator in Colorado, has taken up the cause to advance the state’s marijuana businesses.
Before welcoming in 2017, let’s take a moment to mark the monumental strides for marijuana in the past twelve months.
Guests: Outgoing Colorado Cannabis Chamber of Commerce president Tyler Henson and Cannabis Benchmarks editorial director Adam Koh. Talking weed prices, vice industries and more.
Dozens of politicians and other groups spanning the globe seek guidance from Denver and Colorado marijuana officials, who were first to regulate weed sales.
This isn’t your teenage son’s marijuana industry anymore; it’s your button-down dad’s business — at least at the Democratic National Convention.
It’s official: Tourists visiting Colorado can now purchase a lot more marijuana than they ever could before. Here’s how much weed non-residents can now purchase.
This week’s guests: Washington edibles maker Patrick Devlin and NCCC’s Eric Carlson. Talking Washington to Colorado trade, hemp and how to succeed in the industry.
A massive cannabis convergence happened in Denver recently, and no, we’re not talking about the annual 4/20 smokeout.
The Colorado agency charged with policing the cannabis industry is about to get more user-friendly. The Marijuana Enforcement Division, which operates within the state Department of Revenue, is giving its website a significant overhaul, the division announced Tuesday.
Our guests on The Cannabist Show this week: Colorado Cannabis Chamber of Commerce president Tyler Henson and Cannabist advice columnist Susan Squibb.
Pueblo County voters in southern Colorado, home to the world’s largest outdoor marijuana farm, have approved a first-of-its-kind weed college scholarship.
As Republican presidential candidates prepare to debate economic issues in Boulder, the sweet smell of success for the state’s legally sold marijuana industry seems impossible to overlook.
Colorado pot tourism: While curiosity is still at odds with social stigmas, tours with Cultivating Spirits or a stay at Breck Haus are enlightening options.
Colorado suspended tax collections on marijuana for one day on Wednesday, and pot cultivation operations said the tax holiday was saving them tens of thousands of dollars behind the scenes.
The only statewide ballot question in the 2015 election offers a clear choice on how to handle $66.1 million in marijuana taxes collected in the first year of legal pot. READ THE FULL REPORT
Colorado marijuana sales for July: $56.4 million for recreational weed is a record figure; medical marijuana sales were also at their highest in the recreational era’s 19 months of recorded data, reaching more than $39.8 million.
A Pueblo County commissioner is proposing a ballot measure for a program to fund college scholarships through a new excise tax on recreational marijuana grows.
Pot edibles in Colorado may soon come labeled with a “stop sign” symbol, according to a draft of new rules released Wednesday by state marijuana regulators. The state may also ban the word “candy” from being used by manufacturers.
The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce has sued the Colorado Cannabis Chamber of Commerce for alleged copyright infringement, claiming the pot-business promoter copied its logo.
There’s good news and bad news for Colorado’s medical marijuana caregivers in a bill that got initial approval from the state Senate on Tuesday. The bad news, at least for caregivers, is they would have to register with the state, so authorities can keep closer tabs on how much each caregiver can legally grow, as well as provide record-keeping that respects patient privacy.