he nation’s first recreational pot industry opened in Colorado on Wednesday, kicking off a marijuana experiment that will be watched closely around the world. Already, it is attracting people from across the country.
Starting on Wednesday Colorado will be the first state to legally sell recreational marijuana and shops are trying to make sure their first day goes smoothly.
Even though recreational marijuana will be for legal sale starting Wednesday, employers can still restrict workers from using it and give drug tests.
Recreational marijuana will be legal in Colorado on Jan. 1 and the city of Denver warns that it will take action against any planned public celebrations.
The sale of recreational marijuana will be legal in Colorado starting Jan. 1 and one shop in Breckenridge is doing its best to get ready.
Business owners are counting down the hours until Wednesday when marijuana is legal for recreational use, but not all stores are selling marijuana that is for smoking.
The first businesses licensed to sell recreational marijuana are preparing for the first of the year, when their product officially becomes legal in Colorado.
The state has recently released their list of stores approved to sell recreational marijuana come Jan. 1.
The long strange trip the Denver City Council has taken to regulate recreational marijuana may serve as a great lesson to other communities.
Colorado’s hearty embrace of a 25 percent marijuana tax this week could prove a turning point for legalization backers. They’ve long argued that weed should come out of the black market and contribute to tax coffers.