Marijuana legalization has prompted an enormous amount of debate in the four months since it was approved in Colorado, but only Friday did the drug get consideration from the people who will decide how it should be grown, sold and taxed.
A 22-year-old man was arrested this week after authorities in Douglas County say he delivered marijuana to an officer who posed as an interested Craigslist user.
A warning from the Rocky Mountain Poison Control Center has raised concerns- since Amendment 64 passed the number of calls about overexposure of pot with children and adults has doubled.
Marijuana regulation is such a big job facing the Colorado Legislature that leaders have created a new committee to do nothing but work out laws for the newly legal drug.
A man accused of murdering an Army veteran in July 2011 has been sentenced to life in prison.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said how the U.S. Justice Department will enforce federal laws about marijuana is still up in the air.
A United Nations-based drug agency urged the U.S. government on Tuesday to challenge the legalization of marijuana in Colorado and Washington, saying the state laws violate international drug treaties.
A man admitted he and a friend gave brownies baked with marijuana in them to their unknowing classmates and a professor at the University of Colorado.
Pot smokers in Colorado were the biggest winners in the vote that legalized the drug. Now state regulators are working out the details of exactly how to tax it, so the benefits are shared statewide in the form of increased revenue.
While Colorado lawmakers debate a bill that measures the legal limit for driving while stoned, drivers are tested after smoking pot.