There’s a new campaign to try to prevent overdosing on marijuana edibles.
The proliferation of marijuana edibles for both medical and recreational purposes is giving rise to a cottage industry of baked goods, candies, infused oils, cookbooks and classes that promises a slow burn as more states legalize the practice.
Washington State has adopted Colorado as its guinea pig for pot, as the Pacific Northwest state prepares to be the second state to welcome legalized recreational marijuana sales early next month.
A 7-year-old girl from Basalt has been released from the hospital after eating a marijuana edible.
Hershey has decided the look of edible candies being made in Colorado Springs are too close to the look of their popular treats, so they have filed a lawsuit for trademark infringement.
The Hershey Co. has sued a Colorado marijuana edibles maker, claiming it makes four pot-infused candies that too closely resemble iconic products of the chocolate maker.
A measure to study changes to how marijuana edibles should look has been signed into law in Colorado with the goal of preventing accidental ingestions by children.
This week more new laws dealing with the legalization of marijuana may be coming from the state Legislature. Among them is a plan to give pot businesses access to a banking system.
A possible edible marijuana rating system isn’t going over too well with Colorado’s ski resorts.
Lawmakers held off on a directive to implement new restrictions on marijuana edibles in Colorado Thursday, but they will study the issue to consider legislation next year.