Colorado has backed off a plan to require edible marijuana products to come with a stop-sign stamp.
Marijuana edibles in Colorado may be required to be marked with a red stop sign. That recommendation comes as the state tries to finalize new rules for making pot-infused products more distinct.
Edible marijuana products in Colorado may soon come labeled with a red stop sign, according to a draft of new rules released Wednesday by state marijuana regulators.
It’s been more than a year since Colorado passed a law requiring edible marijuana to have a distinct look when out of its package.
A mother accused of giving her teenaged son marijuana edibles, who later jumped out of a window, is expected in court on Thursday.
A man charged with killing his wife while high on marijuana candy will be in court Thursday for a motions hearing.
So what’s in that medical marijuana edible? A new study finds patients may not be getting what they paid for.
A mother accused of giving her 19-year-old son a marijuana edible before he leaped from an apartment window appeared in court on Tuesday.
Another death in Colorado has been listed as having “marijuana intoxication” as a factor, according to a CBS4 investigation.
Luke Goodman, the Oklahoma man who killed himself last month after ingesting marijuana edibles, had a “moderate” amount of the active ingredient in marijuana in his system according to the Summit County Coroner.