Pioneering Legal Pot States Aim To Ease Rules On IndustryWhen Washington and Colorado launched their pioneering marijuana industries in the face of U.S. government prohibition, they imposed strict rules in hopes of keeping the U.S. Justice Department at bay.
Marijuana Banking Bill Approved By House CommitteeLegislation that would provide federal protection for financial institutions that serve state-authorized marijuana and ancillary businesses passed a U.S. House committee on Thursday.
'Turn Over A New Leaf' Clinic Opens Door To Erase Some Marijuana ConvictionsMany Denver residents who were cited for illegal possession of marijuana before 2014 have a second chance at a clean criminal record, thanks to the “Turn Over a New Leaf” program.
Black Market Marijuana Drug Raids Take Place Across Denver AreaLaw enforcement agents are targeting as many as 50 locations across the Denver metro area Thursday morning where illegal marijuana grow operations may be present.
Denver Program Helps People Convicted Of Pot Crimes Before Legalization Get A 'Clean Slate'Officials say a simplified program will make it easier for thousands of people to seek the elimination of the low-level marijuana convictions they received in Denver before recreational use became legal in Colorado.
Sen. Cory Gardner Vows To Fight For Marijuana BankingColorado Sen. Cory Gardner says even though his marijuana banking amendment to the First Step Act has been blocked, he will continue to fight for states' rights.
Sen. Cory Gardner Supports Marijuana Banking In New BillColorado's Sen. Cory Gardner is pushing for the marijuana industry to be allowed to open bank accounts. The bill would apply to states where marijuana is legal.
Denver Moves To Vacate Thousands Of Marijuana ConvictionsMayor Michael B. Hancock announced a citywide effort to vacate low-level marijuana convictions that occurred before it was legalized.
VIDEO: 'My 420 Tours' Busted; Showdown Looms Over Denver's Pot Party BusesThe operator of a Denver marijuana party bus that allows riders to smoke pot on board appears to be on a legal collision course with the city over whether the buses qualify as private or public spaces.
Denver 'Game Show' Campaign Educates Teens On Marijuana RisksLearning more about marijuana is making kids use marijuana less, according to the administrator of the Denver pot education program.
Former AG Sessions Created Firestorm In Colorado Over Pot BusinessesOne of the more controversial members of the Trump administration, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, submitted his resignation on Wednesday. Sessions had an interesting history in Colorado with legalized marijuana.
Verdict Reached In Controversial Marijuana Grow Facility LawsuitA verdict was reached in a federal lawsuit between homeowners in Pueblo County and a neighboring marijuana grow.
Voters In Pueblo Consider Whether To Tax Pot Users MorePot users in southern Colorado could start getting charged more in taxes to help more students get a college education.
Federal Trial Begins For Lawsuit Against Pueblo County Marijuana FacilityIt's state law versus federal law in a civil case involving marijuana which is now being heard by a jury in U.S. District Court.
Pot, Property Values Are Focus Of Upcoming Federal TrialA federal trial in Colorado could have far-reaching effects on the United States' budding marijuana industry if a jury sides with a couple who says having a cannabis business as a neighbor hurts their property's value.