The Breckenridge Town Council on Tuesday delayed the eviction of a downtown marijuana dispensary, laying the groundwork for a potential public vote in November on whether to allow pot sales in the downtown core.
Breckenridge Town Council in September 2013 banned marijuana stores in downtown, with an exception for the Cannabis Club until its lease expires Sept. 1, 2014. The Club’s owners are asking the council on Tuesday night to suspend the rule, noting their five years on Main Street without any trouble.
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Shop critic The Ombudsman visits High Level Health – Lincoln, in Denver, for a recreational purchase. “Though all of the jars smelled great, I was disappointed there were only seven strains available. I rolled the dice and went with a sativa blend cone joint.”
In a sprawling Frisco shopping center, between a Walmart and the Wine Cellar liquor store, Dawn Mlatecek was doing banner business selling marijuana Wednesday without the aid of a sign outside.
Texas hasn’t legalized marijuana, but that hasn’t stopped some entrepreneurs from planting their flags early, wagering that the Lone Star State will one day have its own “green rush.”
“We need to figure out what impact these lounges will have on our community. We want to use Denver as a threshold to monitor what happens.”
“Our state has no regulation for the marijuana industry,” Deschutes County Sheriff Shane Nelson said.
Here’s what we know about the top federal prosecutors stationed in the nine states that have legalized recreational marijuana.
In her new column, High Country, Katie Shapiro fires up the cannabis conversation at X Games Aspen, where weed is prevalent at après ski parties, but cultural acceptance remains elusive.
Law enforcement leaders sent a letter to Jeff Sessions and President Donald Trump, urging them not to return to arresting and imprisoning low-level drug offenders.
Arkansas’ attorney general’s office has rejected a proposed 2018 ballot issue to legalize marijuana, saying it is too ambiguous.
Cannabis and banking industry trade groups, attorneys, and regulators are working to bring the marijuana industry into the financial mainstream.
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Featured guest: Amanda Ostrowitz, co-founder of CannaRegs, talks about navigating the marijuana regulatory waters in Colorado, California and Nevada.
In Frisco, Colorado, the gap in sales taxes collected by the town on marijuana and liquor has been steadily narrowing since recreational legalization took hold in January 2014.
Philip Wolf, founder of Cultivating Spirits, which combines cannabis, food and wine tastings, wants to expand the business into California and Nevada.
Bud+Breakfast hotels cater to folks wanting to make cannabis a part of their vacations while enjoying the outdoors.
NORML had its annual meeting of the marijuana minds in Aspen in June. The event focused on legal issues has changed in recent years, but legalization is at the forefront.
When pondering how to keep low-level drug offenders out of jail, officials in Albany, New York, faced a challenge: How could they pay for a case manager to coax addicts onto the straight and narrow, sometimes by tracking them down on the streets? The money turned up in a previously untapped source: President Barack Obama’s health care law.
There’s a reason gondolas are called ‘ganjulas’ — here’s the best smoking gear and accessories to have when you’re spending time in the snow.
Ask The Cannabist: Why doesn’t the marijuana industry operate entirely on renewable energy? Industry insiders say there are obstacles to sustainability.
Two lawsuits were filed in U.S. District Court in Colorado on Thursday morning against politicians, public servants and businesses to “end the sale of recreational marijuana in this state,” according to attorney David H. Thompson, who represents the plaintiffs in both cases.
Frisco, Colorado’s Holiday Inn is protesting a pot shop that might move in nextdoor. Here’s why the city sided with the marijuana shop, and not the hotel.
Two Breckenridge residents have been arrested in connection with a Nashville, Tenn., drug bust that netted more than 425 pounds of marijuana and nearly $355,000 in cash.