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The state of Colorado and city of Denver are conducting a joint investigation of several marijuana facilities that were raided by federal agents, but the head of the probe says they are having trouble getting information.
A Colombian man in the United State legally has been charged with one count of being an alien illegally in possession of a firearm.
Sending a strong message to Colorado’s marijuana industry just weeks before recreational sales begin, federal agents raided a handful of marijuana dispensaries and growing sites.
Southeast Colorado farmer Ryan Loflin tried an illegal crop this year. He didn’t hide it from neighbors, and he never feared law enforcement would come asking about it.
Marijuana buyers will have to show identification and perishable pot snacks will carry expiration dates when Colorado marijuana retailers open for business next year.
Detailed rules for how recreational pot in Colorado should be grown and sold next year were released Monday.
Colorado’s junior Senator will co-sponsor a bill to protect reporters from having to reveal their sources.
A group in Colorado says it’s been unfairly targeted by the Internal Revenue Service, and now the U.S. Department of Justice has opened a criminal investigation into allegations the IRS targeted conservative groups.
The nation’s drug czar said Wednesday the legalization of marijuana in Washington state and Colorado won’t change his office’s mission of fighting the country’s drug problem.
Exhaustive suggestions for how marijuana should be grown, sold and taxed are finally in the hands of the elected officials who will decide how to regulate the newly legal drug.