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Is Black Market Marijuana Winning in Colorado?

Although recreational marijuana is now just as legal as booze in the state of Colorado, a recent report indicates the majority of residents are still opting to buy weed from street dealers rather than relish in the newfound stoner delights of the legitimate pot commerce. ...

Will Alaska Be Next to Legalize Marijuana?

Alaska has officially entered the race to become the third state to legalize recreational marijuana. On Wednesday, a proposal to legalize pot officially qualified for a statewide vote on August 17. The measure qualified for the upcoming ballot after a campaign for its inc...

Colorado To Generate $1 Billion in Marijuana Revenue Annually

All of the naysayers waiting for the demise of Colorado’s recreational marijuana market have just lost a billion dollar bet. Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper presented a budget proposal on Wednesday that predicts the state’s newfound stoner commerce is set ...

Why Marijuana Regulators Are Pleased With Colorado

Marijuana regulators in Colorado would like to send a message to a nation of lawmakers looking to “The Great Rocky Mountain Marijuana Experiment” before passing similar legislation: legal weed is working… everything is running smoothly.

Alaska To Legalize Recreational Weed This Summer?

Alaska looks like it may be the next great American stoner state, as election officials report that an initiative aimed at legalizing recreational marijuana has received enough valid signatures to earn a spot on the ballot this summer.

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