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It Turns Out Legal Weed In Colorado Hasn't Led To Kids Abusing The Drug
New data actually shows a slight dip in use among teens.
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Colorado's Marijuana Tax Revenue Now Exceeds Half A Billion Dollars
The funds have been put to a wide range of uses, such as rebuilding infrastructure.
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Supreme Court Won't Let Nebraska, Oklahoma Ruin Colorado's Marijuana High
The justices dismissed a lawsuit challenging the Centennial State's decision to legalize marijuana.
The Other Marijuana Boom
Emmy Award-winning TV producer
When recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado in January of 2014, it promised to be a boom for those who were ready with their brick and mortar stores and new licenses. Growing as rapidly as weed are ancillary businesses that cater to these new marijuana pioneers.
GOP Gubernatorial Hopeful Thinks Colorado Voters Should Consider Repeal Of Legal Weed
Colorado voters legalized recreational marijuana in 2012, but the first sales didn't begin until New Year's Day 2014. Now
New Marijuana Ad Campaign Asks Users To Learn From Maureen Dowd And 'Consume Responsibly'
Inexperienced users sometimes start with a higher dose than they need to, or gobble extra doses because their first one "isn't
Former Congressman Scores Free, Legal Marijuana At Film Premiere
Although the conservative firebrand, who ran for president in 2008 and just recently lost the GOP primary for Colorado governor
'Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol' Doesn't Mean Home Use Only
Host of The Marijuana Agenda on YouTube, a live weekday news/t...
Vincent Carroll has written a piece for the
entitled, "Like it or not, CSO must abide by Amendment 64." In it, he scolds the Colorado Symphony Orchestra for its original plan to create a series of fundraising concerts where patrons could bring and consume their own marijuana.
America's First-ever Cannabis Club Opening in Colorado
KSDK News reports that a private club is set to open in the mountain town of Nederland, in Colorado. All thanks to Amendment 64, which legally allows people to smoke pot.
Employers Can Fire You For Using Marijuana, But Brandon Coats' Case Could Change Everything
Coats’ condition following the car accident made finding steady work a challenge, so he was thrilled when, in 2007, Colorado
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Coloradans Even Happier About Legal Weed After A Few Months Of Retail Sales
That's according to a survey released Wednesday by Public Policy Polling, which found that 57 percent of Colorado voters
Riding a Joint Into the Governor's Office
Former Media Critic, Rocky Mountain News
That's what he said Tuesday on Michael "Heck've a job" Brownie's KHOW talk show, when Brown asked him how he can "grab the
John Hickenlooper, Colorado Governor, Discourages Other States From Legalizing Pot
"We should legalize marijuana because it is less harmful than alcohol, and regulating it will generate revenue for the state
Colorado's Governor Warns Other States Considering Legalizing Pot
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) has a word of warning for other states considering marijuana legalization.
Legal Weed Causing Sky-High Travel Demand To Denver
"The origins that had the biggest increases cluster are in the Midwest and the South -- places like Minneapolis, Indianapolis
Obama, Harry Reid Invited To Take Marijuana Tour In Colorado
"Elected officials who are making decisions about marijuana laws better have an understanding of marijuana and how those
CU-Boulder Says Legal Weed Isn't Why The Number Of Applications Is Higher
By The Boulder Daily Camera, The Boulder Daily Camera
"I don't know," MacLennan said of the marijuana issue. "One of the things is we're not getting a lot of questions from families
Key Christian Conservative Admits Medical Marijuana Has Benefits
Colorado may have legalized recreational marijuana use, but one prominent Christian conservative says it's only a matter
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper Hates His State's Legal Weed 'Experiment'
“I hate Colorado having to be the experiment,” he told the newspaper. Hickenlooper was a beer brewer before governor and
Hickenlooper Calls Legal Weed 'One Of The Great Social Experiments'
I hate Colorado having to be the experiment, Hickenlooper also said.
Marijuana Businesses Need Banking Access Now, Colorado Lawmakers Say
The legal marijuana industry -- whether medical or recreational -- is expected to grow to $2.3 billion in 2014 in the U.S
Meet Colorado's Marijuana-Friendly Real Estate Broker
"First of all, you want to be in a marijuana-friendly city like Denver, Edgewater, Wheat Ridge or Pueblo," Costello said
'The World Didn't End' Because Colorado Legalized Weed: Rep. Diana DeGette
Rep. Diana DeGette (D-Colo.), one of the House Democrats' chief deputy whips, sent an email to her supporters Monday night with glowing praise for her state's recreational marijuana sales, which began New Year's Day.
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