Colorado is launching a new “Drive High, Get A DUI” campaign to remind drivers that newly legal marijuana should be treated like alcohol and not used before driving.
Spotting impaired drivers might not be new, but learning to identify stoned drivers is a work in progress for law enforcement in Colorado.
A southern Colorado county with two stores has become the first in the state to announce tax totals from the new industry.
Next month the Colorado Department of Transportation will kick off a new campaign aimed at warning people against smoking marijuana and driving called “Drive High, Get a DUI.”
Customers of some medical marijuana shops are finding they don’t have to go far if they have a case of the munchies since Girl Scouts are selling cookies right outside the front door.
Residents in the town of Penrose are raising concerns about the marijuana business in their community.
The state of Colorado may soon reap the benefits of recreational marijuana sales.
When Governor John Hickenlooper announced this week that the state expects to receive more than $100 million more dollars in tax revenue from recreational pot, he turned many heads in Colorado and likely many more across the nation.
It’s the first tax deadline for the first fully regulated marijuana market in the world.
Colorado is one of 20 states where medical marijuana is legal and one of two states where pot is legal for adults. Texas is not one of those states but some people who live there claim they’re getting high thanks to family and friends shipping the drug to them.