Colorado Launches Campaign To Stop Stoned DrivingColorado is launching a new "Drive High, Get A DUI" campaign to remind drivers that newly legal marijuana should be treated like alcohol and not used before driving.
Marijuana Industry Relieved As Feds Allow Banking But It Might Not HappenThe marijuana industry breathed a sigh of relief Friday after federal banking regulators issued long-awaited permission for them to access basic banking services.
Legal Weed Sales Will Be Spotty In ColoradoLegal marijuana sales in Colorado are set to start on Jan. 1, or so the law says. Knowing when the recreational pot shops will actually open, however, is anyone's guess.
Future Colorado Pot Shops, Growers Win FlexibilityFuture recreational pot shops in Colorado have won a measure of flexibility. A legislative panel voted Monday to reject a plan to require marijuana shops to grow most of the weed they sell.
Debate Over Implementing Amendment 64 In Denver Far From OverAmendment 64 passed easily in the city of Denver, but the debate over implementing it is far from over. The big issue is still whether they will allow retail stores in Denver.
Colorado Task Force Ponders How To Tax Legal PotPot 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.
Denver Bans All Outdoor Medical Marijuana Advertising Residents and visitors to Denver soon won't be seeing any outdoor advertising for medical marijuana businesses.
Denver Council Vote Moves Ban On Outdoor Ads For Medical Pot ForwardThe Denver ordinance passed Monday night seeks to curb the city's vibrant and competitive marijuana industry. Council members said the city needs to crack down on the advertising.
Marijuana Money Prompts Legal Flap In ColoradoColorado is facing accusations of misusing money from medical marijuana patients.
Lawmakers Consider DUI Standard For PotColorado lawmakers are again debating a proposal to establish an "impaired" limit for marijuana. If passed, the bill would make drivers impaired if they test positive for five nanograms or more of THC, an ingredient in marijuana.
Colorado Revisits Marijuana DUI StandardDriving while high is illegal in Colorado, but state lawmakers are again entering a hazy debate over how to measure whether medical marijuana patients are impaired behind the wheel.
Banking For Pot Shops Rejected In ColoradoMedical Marijuana is legal in 17 states, but the industry has a decidedly black-market aspect - it's mostly cash-only.