A Colorado proposal to widen a ban on certain types of edible marijuana advanced Thursday in the state House amid concerns that it could be too broad.
An animal hospital in Denver is seeing an increasing number of dogs who have eaten edible marijuana and is finding that the diagnosis isn’t good.
The Transportation Security Administration found three pounds of marijuana edibles in luggage at the Aspen airport on Friday.
Authorities are investigating after two high school students were hospitalized after eating edible marijuana.
Mandatory labels on edible marijuana in Colorado have won preliminary approval in the state House. The bill requires “edibles” such as pot brownies or cannabis-infused lollipops to be packaged in childproof packages and carry labels warning that the products are not for children.
Edible marijuana survived a challenge in Colorado when a state lawmaker withdrew her proposal to ban pot-infused products in favor of optional labeling and child-proof packaging standards.
Edible marijuana packaging faces stricter guidelines in Colorado under a bill that aims to establish labeling requirements for pot brownies, lollipops and other pot products.