Colorado made roughly $2 million in marijuana taxes in January, state revenue officials reported Monday in the world’s first accounting of the recreational pot business.
The state of Colorado may soon reap the benefits of recreational marijuana sales.
When Governor John Hickenlooper announced this week that the state expects to receive more than $100 million more dollars in tax revenue from recreational pot, he turned many heads in Colorado and likely many more across the nation.
State marijuana regulators and professors agree that things are going relatively well in the new business of legal pot.
Colorado voters still support the state law that legalized recreational marijuana, but most believe it is hurting the image of the state, according to a new poll released Monday.
The federal government is ready to let farmers grow cannabis — at least the kind that can’t get people high.
The first legal sales of recreational marijuana in Northern Colorado began Monday morning in Garden City.
Recreational marijuana may be legal in Colorado and Washington, but debates over the drug are far from over.
Now that anyone who qualifies can open a retail pot shop in Colorado, state lawmakers will consider whether they should put limits on certain medical marijuana providers to close a potentially expensive legal loophole.
Crowds were serenaded by live music as they waited for the nation’s first legal recreational pot shops to open.