Colorado’s new marijuana industry is in for a brand new element Wednesday – competition.
The Colorado Supreme Court is considering a marijuana-related firing case that could have big implications for the state’s pot smokers.
Approximately 1,000 people attended a marijuana giveaway for veterans in Colorado Springs on Sunday.
The entrepreneurs of the young U.S. marijuana industry are taking another step into the mainstream, becoming political donors who use some of their profits to support cannabis-friendly candidates and ballot questions that could bring legal pot to more states.
Colorado has adopted new rules for marijuana growers to make sure they’re not growing more pot than they can legally sell.
Legal pot is attracting another demographic: the homeless, some of whom trek to the state in hopes of landing a job in the industry.
More than 200 children under the age of 10 now have medical marijuana cards in Colorado, and a woman in Colorado Springs now goes so far to say marijuana has cured her 4-year-old son’s cancer.
Colorado’s growing economy means tax refunds are on the horizon for residents.
An entrepreneur says Denver International Airport denied her request to sell pot-themed souvenirs at the airport.
Hundreds of military veterans received marijuana free of charge on Saturday. The unusual event included free medical marijuana and edibles.