Marijuana review: Juicy Fruit is a fruity hybrid whose smell and taste reflect its name, and whose quality reflects the current market drought in Colorado.
Illinois medical marijuana sales have begun with patients flocking to state-licensed retail shops in five cities.
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.
More than 3,000 patients with Illinois-issued ID cards will be able to buy medical marijuana legally for the first time Monday, Nov. 9.
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.
Colorado’s most recent pesticide recalls of pot edibles, the state’s biggest to date, involve nearly 30,000 packages of EdiPure and Gaia’s Garden products.
A federal law that permits pesticides to be used on crops threatened by an outbreak or infestation could be the solution for marijuana growers struggling with restrictions on the chemicals they can use.
Two Denver marijuana cultivation facilities voluntarily recalled a wide-ranging group of products Wednesday because of pesticide residues. The products tested positive for three pesticides the state says cannot be used to grow marijuana.
California marijuana regulations: Here are the basics on the new Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act and what happens next.
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Colorado marijuana talk show featured guests: cannabis journalism professor Andrew Matranga and Sweet Grass Kitchen owner Julie Berliner.
Colorado and federal agents have raided illegal marijuana operations across the state the past six weeks in a concerted effort to take out syndicates marketing marijuana to different parts of the country.
A pair of marijuana users in Colorado — one of them a medical-card holder with a brain tumor — have sued the state’s largest pot grower for allegedly using a potentially dangerous pesticide on the pot they later purchased.
Two marijuana users in Colorado have filed suit against a pot grower they say used an unhealthy pesticide on the weed they later bought.
Oregon and the national marijuana legalization outlook: As Oregon becomes the third state to have recreational marijuana sales, here’s a look to the future.
Santee Sioux tribal leaders plan to grow their own pot in South Dakota and sell it in an amenity-laden marijuana resort, with hopes of generating up to $2 million a month in profit. “We want it to be an adult playground,” tribal President Anthony Reider said.
Any other operation that routinely labeled its products “organic” without certification to back up the claim would have been shut down and fined almost immediately, an expert in organic certification said.
We’re not surprised the Denver Board of Ethics concluded that city inspectors for marijuana licensing can’t work as paid consultants to the cannabis industry elsewhere.
Denver city inspectors for marijuana licensing asked the Board of Ethics for its blessing to work as paid consultants to the cannabis industry elsewhere — the answer was no.
Colorado’s attorney general is investigating several marijuana businesses over concerns the word “organic” in their names or advertising might be misleading to consumers.
Our guests on The Cannabist Show this week: MMJ America owner Jake Salazar and Marijuana Business Daily managing editor Chris Walsh.
State agriculture officials have opened an investigation into a marijuana grow operation named in a report by The Denver Post about pesticide residues, and confirmed a second business named in the story was already under scrutiny.
The marijuana industry has reacted to the city of Denver’s recent expansion of its pesticide inspections protocol by double-checking its labels and, in one case, destroying more than $8,000 worth of infused edibles and oils.
Denver will host a two-day “marijuana management symposium” Nov. 5-6 at the Colorado Convention Center to showcase the city’s pot regulations.