Colorado Department of Revenue
Sales of recreational marijuana rose slightly in Colorado in the second month of retail sales, according to state tax estimates released Tuesday.
Two former top regulators of Colorado’s marijuana industry have now gone to work for the other side.
Colorado has a new law designed to keep marijuana out of the hands of minors, and adults who sell marijuana to them can now face felony charges.
A Denver District Court judge has issued a preliminary injunction preventing Colorado from enforcing a law requiring retailers that don’t charge customers Colorado’s sales tax to report on purchases and sales.
Frustrated by the special treatment afforded state lawmakers due to their unique license plates, Rep. Chris Holbert, R-Parker, is introducing a bill to abolish the plates altogether, a move sparked by a CBS4 investigation.
The state has recently released their list of stores approved to sell recreational marijuana come Jan. 1.
Colorado has become the first state in the country to finalize rules for recreational marijuana businesses, which are expected to open at the beginning of next year.
Detailed rules for how recreational pot in Colorado should be grown and sold next year were released Monday.
Before any marijuana stores open, Douglas County approved a ban on commercial operations for the drug that’s now legal for recreational use in Colorado.
Colorado’s tax on online retailers such as Amazon.com has been thrown out by a federal judge.