An Indian tribe in South Dakota that plans to start selling marijuana for recreational and medicinal purposes has chosen a Colorado-based company to grow and distribute the drug on the reservation.
The Denver County Fair is dropping marijuana exhibits from next month’s event, a year after 100 people said they were unwittingly served pot-infused chocolate in the fair’s “Pot Pavilion.”
So what’s in that medical marijuana edible? A new study finds patients may not be getting what they paid for.
A new survey shows that as the number of recreational marijuana users increases in Colorado, the prices for pot are actually getting less expensive.
Marijuana use could soon be seen in bars, restaurants, or any public place if a proposed ballot measure makes it on the ballot and is passed by voters.
A Colorado family rented a car and drove across the country on vacation only to discover they’ve been traveling with a load of marijuana the whole time. The family contacted CBS4 to tell their story as a warning to other Coloradans.
Medical marijuana advocates believe the Colorado Supreme Court ruling that Dish Network had the right to fire an employee who tested positive for medical marijuana will have greater repercussions.
Marijuana is legal in Colorado, but that doesn’t exempt workers here from drug testing for pot.
A major ruling from the Colorado Supreme Court related to marijuana was made on Monday. The court ruled that a man who was fired from his job after failing a drug test cannot get his job back.
Almost 14 percent of Colorado adults use pot. That’s according to the state Health Department’s first-ever survey of how many adults use the newly legal drug.