Used Clothing Store Gets Surprise Donation Of MarijuanaA suburban Minneapolis police department has good news for the person who donated dozens of plastic baggies of marijuana along with their kid's old clothes: It's safe and sound and ready to be picked up at the station.
Weed Could Be The Cure For Dementia, Study FindsA study has found that a key ingredient in weed, THC, effectively halted brain aging in mice.
Commissioner Goodell Willing To Consider Medical Marijuana In NFLNFL commissioner Roger Goodell may be willing to consider allowing players to use marijuana for medical reasons, but he remains against the banned drug for recreational use.
Attorney General Prepared To Fight Federal Marijuana CrackdownThe Department of Justice could soon change its stance on legal marijuana.
Colorado Budget Proposal Cuts Youth Surveys On Drugs, SexColorado schoolchildren may not be asked about their drug use and sex habits in anonymous surveys any more.
Colorado Protects Marijuana Use While Patients Await TrialMarijuana use shouldn't be banned while people await trail. That's according to a bill that passed the Colorado Legislature Monday.
Rep. Coffman Floats Defense Of State's Marijuana IndustryRep. Mike Coffman is suggesting he might use the power of the purse to protect Colorado's legal marijuana industry.
Colorado Organization Accused Of Exporting PotAuthorities are raiding over a dozen locations in Colorado linked with an organization accused of shipping marijuana out-of-state.
Colorado Ranked 9th-Best Place To LiveThe economic future is looking good for Colorado. U.S. News and World listed Colorado number one for the economy ahead of New Hampshire and Minnesota.
Report: Colorado's Economy Is No. 1 In U.S.Colorado's economy is getting national attention.
State Pot Officials: 'Impossible To Discern' White House Action On Retail PotState leaders say it’s unclear if White House Spokesperson Sean Spicer’s comments truly represent a new policy when it comes to legalized marijuana.
White House Could Be 'Taking Action' Against Recreational PotThe Justice Department will step up enforcement of federal law against recreational marijuana, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Thursday, offering the Trump administration's strongest indication to date of a looming crackdown on the drug, even as a solid majority of Americans believe it should be legal.