Ricardo Baca, who became the first marijuana editor for a mainstream news organization three years ago, announced he is resigning from The Cannabist.
Before welcoming in 2017, let’s take a moment to mark the monumental strides for marijuana in the past twelve months.
Recreational marijuana was tested before Oct. 1, but there weren’t uniform protocols or state-approved facilities for doing so — and it wasn’t clear what happened if product failed.
As more jurisdictions legalize marijuana, veterinarians across the country say they are seeing a sharp increase in cases of pets accidentally getting high.
Willie Nelson talks in detail with The Cannabist on his lifelong relationship with weed — his first time getting high (he didn’t), his willingness to sesh with Donald Trump and the actual intent behind ‘Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die’
In Legal Cannabis History 101 classes, 2015 will always be remembered as the year legal marijuana recognized its pesky pesticide problem. For decades illegal cannabis growers used whatever pesticides worked to save their plants from insects, molds and anything else threatening their crops. That illicit practice carried over to the…
Americanna CEO Dan Anglin joins The Cannabist Show to discuss why his edibles company invests in its own marijuana cultivation operation.
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.
California blazed a trail to legalize medical marijuana 20 years ago. But the Golden State is only now confronting the full complexity of regulating consumer safety and business practices in an industry that’s ballooned to an estimated $2.7 billion annually.
Vail’s largest commercial developer. An owner of a car-detail shop. A former nonprofit event planner. A businessman who made a fortune in child car seats.
A Colorado proposal to certify organic marijuana has been rejected amid concerns the labels would imply pot is healthy. The bill rejected in a legislative committee Tuesday would have created a first-of-its-kind label for marijuana that had been produced without pesticides.
Pennsylvania Senate backers of medical marijuana cite flaws in the House bill, which could delay getting the drug to cancer and epilepsy patients.
Featured guests: Endocannabinoidology founder Christie Lunsford and Larry Ulibarri, host of the KS-107.5 Morning Show and Larry Uncensored Podcast. [podcast] LOTS TO TALK ABOUT • What does a longtime member of Colorado’s cannabis industry think of the changes that legalization has forced over the past few years? • Has legal cannabis become…
Featured guests: Endocannabinoidology founder Christie Lunsford and Larry Ulibarri, host of the KS-107.5 Morning Show and Larry Uncensored Podcast. Talking women working in the industry, consulting jobs and social stigmas.
Colorado starts work Friday on becoming the first state to regulate organic labels in its pot industry, with other legal weed states watching to see whether they too should step in to help consumers wondering what’s on their weed.
Three of the four marijuana lawsuits filed against Colorado officials and businesses were organized and at least partially funded by out-of-state anti-drug organizations and socially conservative law firms, a Denver Post analysis shows.
A pesticide-wary reader wants organic, outdoor-grown marijuana in Colorado, and Ask the Cannabist finds that organic cultivation can get complicated.
Cannabist Show: We’re talking about cannabis testing labs and their results for an array of products, from dried flower to edibles and concentrates. Why are there variances from lab to lab?
On Dec. 10, 2012, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed Amendment 64 into our constitution. And here we are three years later, a slightly changed society.
Our guests on The Cannabist Show this week: Canyon Cultivation owner Morgan Iwersen and Green Mountain Solutions co-founder Courtney Meyers. [podcast] TOP MARIJUANA NEWS • Will 2015 be remembered as the year legal marijuana first encountered — and eventually figured out — its pesticide problem? Do you have any pesticide-peppered…
Our guests on The Cannabist Show this week: Canyon Cultivation owner Morgan Iwersen and Green Mountain Solutions co-founder Courtney Meyers.
Colorado events with much stoney potential: ReUp! Eco-fashion Market; Disney’s “The Lion King”; “Humpback Whales 3D” at Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
Gov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday issued an executive order telling state agencies that any marijuana grown with unapproved pesticides is a threat to public safety and should be removed from commerce and destroyed.
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.