A stoned-driving debate that has divided Colorado lawmakers for years is poised to go down to the final hours in this year’s Legislature.
Marijuana regulation is proving one of the thorniest problems facing Colorado lawmakers in their final three days of work.
Later in May the Aurora City Council is set to decide how to deal with Amendment 64.
Time running is out for the new marijuana rules. Colorado senators scrambled Friday to advance a sweeping series of regulations and taxes on the newly legal drug.
Colorado lawmakers are running out of time to talk about pot.
Marijuana magazines are under scrutiny in Colorado, where lawmakers might require stores to put them behind the counter.
One of two marijuana regulation bills pending in the Colorado Legislature won initial approval in the state Senate Wednesday.
Recreational pot taxes above 25 percent have won final approval in the House and await action in the Senate.
Marijuana as a potential tax bonanza has Colorado lawmakers wrestling with a question both sides say they don’t know how to answer: How much will people pay for legal weed?
Marijuana legalization could be going back to the ballot in Colorado — a prospect that infuriated pot legalization activists Friday.
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