Brandon Coats, who is suing his former employer, Dish Network, for firing him in 2010 for using medical marijuana outside the office to treat his debi...
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Medical marijuana businesses have been officially banned by the city of Longmont.
Ingrid Bakke, a Boulder County Judge, sided with the city which t...
In Denver, there are more medical marijuana dispensaries than Starbucks, according to The Daily.
Nearly 300 medical marijuana dispensaries have bee...
On Wednesday, the Colorado Board of Health approved some changes to Amendment 20, which allows for medical use of marijuana in the state, that directl...
With California ready to vote on legalizing marijuana this November, pot lobbyists in Washington, D.C. say Colorado will be a legal weed battleground come 2012.
Today's ink-stained sleuths have found one sure way to generate a scandalous scoop -- sending an undercover reporter out to score some medical marijuana.
The federal government should keep its hands off Colorado's constitution, under which medical marijuana rights are cautiously guarded.
It's amazing how many people in Colorado Springs, like DA Dan May, claim they support the medicinal use of marijuana, at least in theory, yet seem determined to eradicate it in practice.
What began as a Colorado story -- suburban Denver man busted by DEA for growing medical marijuana in his home -- is quickly shaping up as something more significant.
The debate over medical marijuana was settled by Colorado voters way back in 2000. But voters didn't and couldn't settle the question of whether medicinal marijuana actually helps people.
Once again, instead of talking like adults about what regulations are proper to insure the health and safety of our patients, we are forced to address this "five patients per caregiver" concept.
Less than a year ago, Denver was not home to its own "Little Amsterdam" on South Broadway, and Coloradans were not faced with dispensaries within a stone's throw of their schools.
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