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Here’s how people are celebrating and commemorating April 20, 2018, the unofficial annual marijuana holiday, across Colorado.
There have been 178 fake ID cases originating from Breckenridge marijuana shops since Jan. 2017, according to the town’s municipal court. The numbers vary widely month-to-month.
Denver marijuana buyers would help pay for an expansion of Denver’s 10-year, $150 million affordable housing fund under a plan that includes city borrowing to amp up apartment production.
The Colorado House overwhelmingly passed an amendment that would allow school officials to administer medical marijuana to students.
Giving dogs CBD-infused biscuits can ease pain due to arthritis, seizures or hip dysplasia, one Loveland, Colorado baker said.
In 2018, the Mile High City will spend $27 million dollars to repave arterial and collector streets. A chunk of that cash, $1.2 million, is marijuana money.
State transportation officials are surveying thousands of residents this year to better understand public attitudes toward driving under the influence of marijuana, with the hopes of blunting the increasingly deadly trend.
An agricultural biotechnology company has launched a hemp grow operation in a newly renovated greenhouse space on the grounds of the historic Lafayette Florist.
Steamboat Springs police still are not releasing any details related to a March 4 burglary at the Billo marijuana store.
The Boulder City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a series of rule changes for the local cannabis industry, and planned to reevaluate some key matters later this year.
The illegal grow operations have transitioned from warehouses to residential homes, and are hiding in plain sight. DEA Special Agent Randy Ladd said the damage to the homes used in these illegal operations is extensive.
Nine-year-old Quintin Lovato’s family found relief in a cannabis oil called Haleigh’s Hope. If Quintin takes it three times a day, as his doctor has prescribed, then his physical and vocal tics are vastly improved and his grand mal seizures largely disappear.
A group of Colorado parents don’t think a marijuana store in Steamboat Springs should share a parking lot with a karate academy.
Brandon Baker, reverend for a marijuana-based church, has suspended his campaign for Weld County commissioner at-large.
Boulder, Colorado, may loosen municipal marijuana regulations, including one that would allow cannabis businesses to give away promotional materials.
Police estimate the plants are worth about $5 million while the marijuana is valued at $736,000 — but a pound of marijuana could sell for a price four times higher on the East Coast black market, law enforcement said.
A federal judge in Denver has ruled that more than $3 million in assets held by Colorado marijuana mogul Jeffrey Friedland be temporarily frozen, but not a Snowmass Village home that the Securities & Exchange Commission alleges he concealed through a limited liability company. Chief U.S. District Judge Marcia Krieger’s…
A fundraising drive is underway to raise $42,000 to add a second CUChange Mobile Pharmacology Lab that would double the fleet of vehicles.
In raising the retail marijuana tax in July, general assembly stiffed the Regional Transportation District and the Science and Cultural Facilities District.
California sent Weedmaps a cease and desist letter, ordering the company to immediately stop promoting businesses that don’t have state licenses.
Colorado blazed trails when it legalized pot and now Denver could lead the way decriminalizing magic mushrooms. The group Denver for Psilocybin may soon…
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has accused a Colorado marijuana businessman of engaging in a $7 million securities fraud.
Nearly half of the 33 entrepreneurs featured in new documentary “Mary Janes: The Women of Weed” are from the Centennial State.
The founder expects to have 50 locations across Colorado within the next three years, including possible locations in Aspen, Vail and Steamboat Springs.
Two men and a woman have pleaded guilty for their roles in a botched marijuana heist in Denver in which one man was killed and another was shot in November of 2016, authorities say.
Between 2016 and 2017, premiums rose an average of 3.2 percent in states where recreational marijuana was legal, but only 1.6 percent on average in states with a full ban still in place.
Two people were arrested after authorities discovered 352 marijuana plants, 1,300 cloned plants and 33 pounds of marijuana in a Colorado Springs home.
The former White House adviser told Politico that his application was denied after he admitted to smoking marijuana in 2013.
“Gaining access to legal medical marijuana has changed my life. It’s also helped me drastically cut down on opioid use.”
Each caucus has until July 15 to inform county officials whether it wants to allow retail or medical marijuana operations in its respective area.
The company specializes in cold brews infused with compounds such as taurine, collagen, along with cannabis derivatives cannabidiol (CBD) and hemp seed oil.
“Because of one senator’s concerns over unrelated issues — like reversing federal law against marijuana — we can’t even get a vote,” Sessions said.
Legal-pot purveyors hauled in $11.3 million in revenue last year compared with $10.5 million for liquor stores, marking the first time marijuana sales outpaced booze for the year in Aspen.
A new marijuana dispensary is set to open in Tabernash in the coming months, offering recreational cannabis and a laid-back, easygoing atmosphere.
Teens likely will encounter situations involving marijuana. How do parents navigate the world of teen marijuana use post-legalization?
Nearly $750,000 in funding will go to graduating Pueblo seniors attending a local college or university through a cannabis-tax funded scholarship.
The fate of farmers in Big Sur — the birthplace of legendary “Big Sur Holy Weed” in the Golden State’s storied cannabis culture — remains more precarious than ever.
If you’ve ever wondered what “Friday Night Lights” would be like with Snoop Dogg in it, wonder no more.
The number of women in the United States who use marijuana during pregnancy has been difficult to gauge, partly because some women are reluctant to tell their doctors. Still, a number of studies nationally suggest there’s been a sharp jump in pot use among pregnant women.
Even by the medical cannabis producer’s standards, where indoor growing has become something of a fine science,Organigram crops yield impressive top colas.
The Colorado Spring’s Gazette’s editorial board has released audio from July 2016, with Donald Trump repeatedly pledging to respect states’ marijuana laws.
A man accused of illegally growing 57 pot plants in his home in Greeley could face a heavier sentence because his alleged crimes occurred near schools.
The pastor of a marijuana-based church will run for Weld County commissioner as a Republican.
Gov. John Hickenlooper told CNN Saturday he didn’t see how the Department of Justice’s move to change marijuana policy would help the Trump administration.
A man writes advice columnist Ask Amy regarding a conundrum he and his wife are facing: whether to be up-front with their kids about his smoking marijuana.
Out of work employees at Sweet Leaf marijuana centers say they’re having a tough time finding other jobs because of a recent raid by Denver Police.
Longmont officials are still in the process of ensuring that confidential information is removed before re-posting the applications from 13 businesses proposing to open retail marijuana shops inside city limits.
Lauren Miele is the CEO and Founder of KushKards, a colorful and clever line of greeting cards for cannabis enthusiasts.
The host of Boulder-based cannabis business-themed podcast CannaInsider wants to pay budding weed entrepreneurs to study the business of weed.