Proposal For Denver's First Marijuana Club Takes Early StepsOwners of a Colorado business seeking to be among the nation's first legal marijuana clubs made an initial public pitch to city officials on Friday, laying out their plans to prevent underage and otherwise illegal use at the site.
'I Drive Better When I'm High': Campaign Highlights DangersA man appears on a video and proclaims, "I actually drive better when I’m high." It’s all part of a campaign to draw attention to the dangers of driving while high.
Pot Sales Top Liquor Sales In Aspen For First TimeMore money was made off of marijuana sales than liquor sales in the mountain town of Aspen last year.
Ganja Yoga? Entrepreneur Hopes To Open Nation's First Legal Cannabis Spa In DenverUtopia: a place where members can participate in yoga, get massages and legally consume cannabis.
Breaking The Grass Ceiling: Women Grow Summit Takes On Pot Industry
'CannaVan' Takes To The Streets To Study Pot & Health EffectsEven though Colorado and many other states have legalized marijuana, federal law still prohibits scientists from studying the drug and its health effects.
Mayor In Colorado Town Opts Out Of Letter To SessionsMancos Mayor Queenie Barz will not join other local leaders in Colorado in signing a letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions about marijuana.
Authorities Raid 3 Illegal Marijuana GrowsAuthorities say they seized marijuana, guns and cash after raiding three illegal growing operations in a rural area northeast of Colorado Springs.
Neighbors Upset Over Company Listing Homes As 'Pot Grow Friendly'People who live in one Commerce City neighborhood are upset with a company that specializes in renting out homes approved for marijuana grows by the owners.
New Law Helps Crack Down On Illegal Marijuana Grow OperationsA new law in Colorado is making it easier for law enforcement to crack down on illegal marijuana grow operations.
State Leaders: Rescinded Pot Policy Throws Colorado 'Into Limbo'State leaders and the cannabis industry responded Saturday to the decision by the Department of Justice to end a policy of not interfering with legal marijuana laws across the country.
Prosecutors In Pot-Friendly States Will Decide On CrackdownWhether to crack down on marijuana in states where it is legal is a decision that will now rest with those states' top federal prosecutors, many of whom are deeply rooted in their communities and may be reluctant to pursue cannabis businesses or their customers.