Colorado Drug Investigators Association
There’s a hidden danger lurking inside marijuana grow houses which has caught first-responders unprepared. They are encountering alarmingly high levels of mold which poses a threat to anyone who breathes it.
One Colorado legislator said the state needs to clarify whether residents can manufacture hash oil in home laboratories, something the state’s attorney general said is illegal.
While a pot plant in the basement may not bring criminal charges in many states, the same plant can become a piece of evidence in child custody or abuse cases.
A college student eats more than the recommended dose of a marijuana-laced cookie and jumps to his death from a hotel balcony. A husband with no history of violence is accused of shooting his wife in the head, possibly after eating pot-infused candy.
More people are claiming they are being pulled over out of state to see if they have marijuana simply because they have Colorado license plates.
Some believe that legalized pot is resulting in some unwanted consequences like Thursday’s home explosion in Longmont that happened when police said three men were trying to make hash.
The distinction Dr. Joseph Montante now holds is something he does not welcome. He’s now convicted of prescribing medical marijuana without conducting a proper exam.
Colorado voters chose to legalize marijuana for adults, but now experts are split on how a social acceptance of pot is affecting Colorado’s children.
The head of the Colorado Drug Investigators Association believes that voters in Colorado were duped by Amendment 64 and that legalizing marijuana will be a fiasco.
Voters in Colorado will be asked to decide whether to legalize marijuana. The initiative is getting the backing of the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization.