Colorado has struggled for years to rein in medical marijuana caregivers. Now that the drug is now legal for all adults over 21, the job isn’t getting any easier.
High hopes for tax money isn’t as expected as the state’s legal marijuana industry isn’t bringing in as much money as anticipated. In fact, tax revenue is way below expectations.
The small town of DeBeque may become a major pioneer in how uniquely situated small towns boost tax revenue from pot tourism.
A Tennessee family is moving to Colorado so their infant daughter can have access to medical marijuana.
The town of Breckenridge will now decide a pot shop’s fate, saying a ballot initiative put before voters was too complex.
New rules for Colorado’s recreational marijuana industry are prohibiting state-licensed labs from testing medical marijuana patients’ products, including pot, edibles and infusions.
An anti-pot campaign in Denver employs nine-foot-tall human-sized rat cages with a simple message: With so much still unknown about pot’s effects on kids’ brains, why be a lab rat?
Three people from Texas are accused of stealing pot in two separate robberies of Colorado medical marijuana dispensaries.
Even though the New York Times Editorial Board got the headlines for its pro-pot stance this week, the real credit should go to Colorado.
Drug investigators and Denver Police Department numbers indicate that the black market for marijuana is thriving more than ever.