Hemp Seeds Bound For Colorado Seized At US-Canada Border Hundreds of pounds of industrial hemp seeds bound from Canada to Colorado have been seized by federal authorities in North Dakota, marking the latest bump along the road to legalization of marijuana's non-intoxicating cousin.
Uncertainty Dominates New Hemp MarketMarijuana's square cousin, industrial hemp, has come out of the black market and is now legal for farmers to cultivate, opening up a new lucrative market. That was the idea, anyway.
Ag Secretary: US Must Figure Out Hemp ProductionAgriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Tuesday he's working with the Department of Justice to permit the importation of hemp seeds for cultivation.
Poll: Nationwide Marijuana Legalization InevitableNationwide marijuana legalization seems inevitable to three-fourths of Americans, whether they support it or not, according to a new poll out Wednesday.
Hickenlooper Praises Marijuana Banking AnnouncementGov. John Hickenlooper is responding with relief to word from federal officials that marijuana businesses will be allowed to access banking services.
Udall: Attack On U.S.-Born Al-Qaida Leader Was LegalColorado's Mark Udall and two other senators say the U.S. drone strike that killed an American-born al-Qaida leader in Yemen was legal.
Drug Abuse Groups Say Pot Stance Of Feds Is WrongDrug abuse prevention groups asked the U.S. Justice Department on Wednesday how it will know whether its acceptance of recreational marijuana laws in Washington and Colorado affects public health.
Feds Won't Sue To Stop Pot Use In ColoradoThe federal government says it will not sue to stop the states of Colorado and Washington from allowing recreational marijuana use.
Feds Set To Make Announcement On Marijuana StanceSources tell CBS4 investigator Rick Sallinger that an announcement is expected in less than an hour from the Justice Department on the federal stance on legal marijuana.
Some Former Meth Users Don't Agree With Easing SentencesIn an effort to ease prison overcrowding some federal convicts will be put in drug treatment and community service programs.
Police Chiefs Say They'll Go To The Feds If Pot Legalization Demands Aren't MetColorado's police chiefs are demanding more restrictions on marijuana in our state, and they say if they aren't listened to they will take their concerns to the federal government.