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Colorado Passes New Regs for Edibles and Concentrates

Last week, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed a pair of bills intended to establish tighter regulations for cannabis edibles and concentrates throughout the state. The edible legislation creates a task force to design packaging and labeling to ensure pot...

Denver Airport Bans Pot, Sets Fines

  Pot may be legal in the state of Colorado but don’t bring your stash to Denver International Airport. This week, DIA established an airport-wide marijuana ban and set fines for those attempting to fly with weed. Travelers who are c...

Pot Arrests Drop in Colorado After Legalization

One of the primary intended consequences of marijuana legalization is becoming a reality in Colorado, as pot-related arrests are down 65 percent in Larimer County Jail since recreational weed was legalized in the Rocky Mountain State in November 2012. Overall dr...

Denver Amends Law: Will Allow Backyard Toking

Today, Denver reeks less of bureaucratic smoke and more of weed. The mile-high municipality has decided that a recently proposed law to ban the odor of marijuana throughout the city, even in people’s backyards, may have been a little hasty.

Colorado Contemplates Rules for Legal Pot

Before legal cannabis sales begin in early 2014, rules and regulations must be established for Colorado’s Amendment 64. In advance of approaching deadlines, the state Department of Revenue released a 100-page document containing rule changes and clarifications for t...

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