Sen. Gardner Vows To Protect Legal Pot After U.S. ShiftRepublican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner of Colorado said Thursday that he's placing a hold on Department of Justice nominees and will try to push legislation to protect marijuana sales in states where the drug is legal after Attorney General Jeff Sessions withdrew a federal policy that allowed recreational markets to emerge.
Pot Sales Help Send Students To CollegeMarijuana is a $1.3 billion industry in Colorado and the taxes are helping fund college.
Pot Store Owners Hope For Bump In Holiday Sales With Deep DiscountsBlack Friday is only a few dozen hours away, but in Colorado, shoppers are also hearing about "Green Friday" bargains -- "green," for marijuana.
Pot Sales Still Going Strong 1 Week After LegalizationRetail pot sales were still going strong one week after legalization in Colorado.
Colorado's Fledgling Pot Shops Face New NormalThe second day of the nation's first fully legal marijuana industry was just a bit less frenzied than the first. Rather than hundred-deep lines outside the limited number of licensed retail shops, the queues held several dozen.
Pot Sales Still Going Strong On Second DayThere was still a big demand for retail pot in the second day of legal sales in Colorado.
Mixed Reaction To Retail Pot Sales In ColoradoJanuary 1 was an exciting day for retail marijuana supporters but not everyone believes it's the best move for Colorado.
Legal Pot Sales Begin Amid Uncertainty In ColoradoAs Colorado prepares to be the first in the nation to allow recreational pot sales, opening Jan. 1, hopeful retailers like Andy Williams are investing their fortunes into the legal recreational pot world.
8 Pitfalls Colorado Will Struggle With As Legal Pot Sales BeginColorado and Washington state are launching the world's first legal recreational marijuana markets in 2014. Though pot has been sold for three decades at coffee shops in the Netherlands, the two states are the first to regulate and allow a full industry.