Colorado is moving ahead with its medical marijuana regulations — but questions remain about how far the state plans to go to drive medical pot users to the new recreational market.
Two years into recreational marijuana legalization, Colorado is taking a second look at its rules for medical marijuana.
Colorado lawmakers are taking another look at the state’s medical marijuana market this week. That’s because the state’s medical marijuana regulations were passed in 2010 with a five-year sunset provision, so they expire this year if legislators don’t renew them.
Just as Colorado is settling in for a second year of recreational marijuana sales, state lawmakers have some big decisions to make about its older cousin, the medical marijuana market.
An Arvada doctor and his former nurse are facing felony charges involving medical marijuana recommendations.
Just in time for Halloween, a Colorado company is releasing a $15 home testing kit that allows parents to screen their kids’ candy for marijuana.
Colorado lawmakers will consider new restrictions on medical marijuana growers during next year’s legislative session.
A licensed marijuana caregiver has been convicted of letting others make hash oil through a dangerous process that caused an explosion at her home.
The recreational pot business is expected to grow rapidly now that new state laws, in effect Wednesday, allow retailers who didn’t own medical marijuana shops to do business.
Colorado medical marijuana growers would face new restrictions, including how many plants they can cultivate for patients, under a proposal advanced Wednesday by a legislative panel.