The city of Denver will again host its Marijuana Management Symposium for other governments charged with “implementing marijuana policies and regulations.”
The Denver Office of Marijuana Policy has implemented some suggestions made last year by the city’s auditor, who called for more transparency on tax spending.
Nevada marijuana shops sold more than $33 million in recreational cannabis products in August 2017, the state’s second month of adult-use sales, according to The Cannabist’s calculations on tax data provided by a state official during a visit to Colorado last week.
Denver once again will play both host and marijuana authority to policy makers from around the globe seeking to learn the nuts and bolts of cannabis legalization.
Denver marijuana policy chief Ashley Kilroy joins Mayor Michael Hancock’s cabinet; move puts the city’s cannabis regulation department in permanent home.
Denver’s inaugural foray into cannabis event programming this week was deemed such a success that “it’s definitely a possibility that we’ll do it again,” said Dan Rowland, spokesman for the city’s Office of Marijuana Policy.
Denver’s inaugural Marijuana Management Symposium provides a chance for the city to share its approach to cannabis regulation — and for city leaders to also learn from policy makers from around the country.
Denver’s first-ever Marijuana Management Symposium, the first cannabis event of its kind organized by a government agency, will take over the Colorado Convention Center on Thursday and Friday.
Denver will host a two-day “marijuana management symposium” Nov. 5-6 at the Colorado Convention Center to showcase the city’s pot regulations.
As Connecticut’s new medical marijuana program moves closer to becoming fully operational, pharmacists and physicians were briefed Wednesday on the particulars of the drug.
Dozens of politicians and other groups spanning the globe seek guidance from Denver and Colorado marijuana officials, who were first to regulate weed sales.
Here’s how officials at every level of U.S. government (Team Hillary Clinton, too) reacted to the DEA’s recent decision to not reschedule marijuana.
Let’s take a moment to mark strides for marijuana and key cannabis lifestyle trends that defined the past year, in the past twelve months. Here, in no particular order.