Saying they’re still worried that edible pot sweets are too attractive to kids, Colorado health authorities plan to ask Monday for a new panel to decide which marijuana foods and drinks look too much like regular snacks.
The booming new marijuana industry has an image problem. Not with government officials and the public — but with other businesses.
After two years of Democratic dominance, Colorado’s Legislature next year returns to divided control, with Democrats in charge of the House and Republicans ruling the Senate.
A is proposing the area south of Alameda Avenue be changed from Antique Row to the Green Mile to highlight all the marijuana that’s for sale. But that’s not sitting well with owners of the antique stores there.
Denver-area authorities said Monday they received no reports of children accidentally eating pot-laced candies this Halloween.
Police in Colorado have warned parents to look out for pot-laced Halloween candy. But parents don’t seem too worried.
Authorities seized as much as $1 million in cash and thousands of marijuana plants from several properties in the Denver area that were searched Tuesday as part of an investigation into an illegal pot operation.
Snoop Dogg has canceled a “Yes We Cannabis” concert planned to back an independent candidate for Colorado governor.
This Halloween will be the first in Colorado since marijuana became widely available in stores, and there is concern about marijuana candy showing up in Halloween treat bags.
A ban on most forms of edible marijuana at Colorado dispensaries is off the table. But work is continuing on efforts to require pot-infused food and drink to have a distinct look when they are out of the packaging.