Colorado’s health department unveiled “Responsibility Grows Here,” the latest public education effort that will include four targeted campaigns addressing consumers, youth, trusted adults, and pregnant and breastfeeding women.
With the stroke of a pen, hemp could be treated like any other food ingredient under Colorado law. A bill is on its way to Gov. John Hickenlooper’s desk to apply existing food manufacturing guidelines to products such as hemp oil-infused coffee and CBD-rich extracts made from the non-psychoactive cannabis…
Five years after Coloradans legalized recreational marijuana, the state is more familiar with marijuana’s environmental impact, prompting positive changes.
In remote communities across Colorado, business owners and economic-development types are seeding a more diverse economy with hemp cultivation.
A new study concludes that marijuana legalization reduced overdose deaths from prescription opioids in Colorado, but state health officials urged caution, saying that the topic is too complex for there to be a simple explanation for the decline.
Eagle County, Colorado ballot measure 1A would institute countywide sales and excise taxes on recreational marijuana to fund mental health treatment.
Marijuana legalization is a “sucker’s bet” that has had negative consequences in Colorado and is not right for Kentucky, the Bluegrass State’s Gov. Matt Bevin said this week.
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.
Colorado’s marijuana regulatory system is a model for other states, and the fledgling program could become even more robust with the federal government’s support, the state’s governor and top law enforcement officer said in a letter sent Thursday to Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Secret meetings with the feds, head shop busts and ‘gateway drug’ talk put Colorado’s second-largest city in the national spotlight.
The two Hoppz Cropz storefronts in Colorado Springs allegedly distributed nearly 200 pounds of marijuana via “free giveaways” of weed with other purchases and evaded taxes, officials say.
Lawmakers are in a mad dash to correct an error in a recently passed law that is slicing off hundreds of thousands of dollars a month in Colorado pot tax revenue for several well-known Colorado institutions, including the Regional Transportation District, the Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Hours before the clock expired last week, state lawmakers reached a bipartisan agreement about where it is legal to consume marijuana in Colorado.
A career as a cannabis producer in Colorado means you have to be the very best in a very saturated industry.
Concerned about a potential crackdown from President Donald Trump’s administration, Colorado lawmakers are advancing a bill that would allow recreational pot to be reclassified as medical marijuana so that it could not be seized by federal authorities.
Gov. John Hickenlooper on Wednesday expressed reservations about two major pieces of marijuana legislation in Colorado — in one case citing concerns about the Donald Trump administration’s potential crackdown.
Longmont’s City Council approved a contract Tuesday night with the state for a $567,640 state marijuana impact grant that the city plans to prevent, intervene and suppress youths’ pot use.
A drive-through marijuana shop is opening in the western Colorado town of Parachute, believed to be the first in the state.
A bill introduced this week in the Colorado Senate, SB 192, would open the door for home-delivered recreational and medical marijuana in the state.
Earlier this week, iAnthus officials announced the Toronto- and New York-based company had snapped up the assets and intellectual property of Breckenridge’s Organix LLC for nearly $4.4 million.
Colorado marijuana laws for home growing could be changing as the state is planning a slate of legislation designed to crack down on black market diversion.
Colorado’s legal marijuana industry, with a projected $2.39 billion economic impact, has quickly become one of the state’s largest industries.
The city has been awarded more than half a million dollars by the state government through a grant specifically for cities that don’t allow retail marijuana sales.
Nine Colorado Springs cannabis consumption clubs received cease-and-desist letters from the City Clerk’s Office last week in the first crackdown under a ban on the clubs enacted by the City Council on March 22.
Jack Splitt, whose fight with cerebral palsy opened Colorado school doors to medical marijuana treatments, died Wednesday. He was 15.