Growers in the medical marijuana industry are seeing large energy bills, plus criticism from some who say they need to reduce their carbon footprint.
Colorado’s ski resorts are taking the offensive in ensuring the multi-billion-dollar-a-year industry isn’t hurt by recreational marijuana stores that are set to open at about the same time many families begin planning their winter vacations.
Ski areas are sending out a reminder to skiers who like to smoke marijuana: Colorado’s new pot laws do not apply on the slopes.
The Obama administration is facing criticism over its attempt to straddle the federal law that makes marijuana illegal and state laws that permit recreational use of the drug.
A new billboard that has gone up next to Sports Authority Field at Mile High just before the Broncos season opener in Denver is getting lots of attention for its strong statement in opposition to the NFL’s policy on marijuana.
Colorado may consider allowing only state residents to use marijuana recreationally after voters approved a measure to legalize use of the drug for non-medical purposes.
A 24-member task force appointed to set up marijuana rules meets Monday for the first time.
Officials and pot advocates looking for any sign of whether the Obama administration will sue to block legal pot laws in Washington state and Colorado or stand idly by as they are implemented got one from the president himself.
Pot may be legal, but workers may want to check with their boss first before they grab the pipe or joint during off hours.
Washington and Colorado, both culturally and politically, offered fertile ground for legalization advocates — Washington for its liberal politics, Colorado for its libertarian streak, and both for their Western independence.