Senator Charles Grassley's (R-IA) decision to step down as committee chair, the retirement of House Judiciary Chair Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) and the election ouster of House Rules Chair Pete Sessions (R-TX) – all of whom also used their leadership powers to stifle any legislative debate – bodes well for marijuana policy.
The federal prohibition on buying and selling marijuana puts radio and television ads out of reach, which is why sellers rely on social media to boost their brands.
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Utah state lawmakers voted in a special session Dec. 3 to severely restrict voter-initiated medical cannabis. It eliminated home gardens, prohibited selling flower or edibles (oils, capsules, or topicals are okay), strips out qualifying conditions, reduces the total number of licensed dispensaries, and more.
Coloradans spend $4.57 to mitigate marijuana's effects for every tax dollar it generates, claims a recently released study.
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What’s on the legislative agenda in 2019 for the Denver metro area?
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Colorado legislators will consider legalizing marijuana delivery and making it easier to invest in cannabis businesses.
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It was mid-summer, fewer than three months before Canada legalized recreational marijuana, and Vic Neufeld had a problem.
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The Northern Colorado Drug Task Force executed three search warrants Nov. 30 on warehouses in the 1500 block of Taurus Court, where authorities found 856 live cannabis plants, according to a Tuesday afternoon release.
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Possessing small amounts of marijuana has been legal in Colorado now for six years, and yet convictions still haunt those who got caught with a small amount of pot or paraphernalia before voters approved Amendment 64 in 2012.
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Colorado may be the mecca of legal marijuana, but the state's old drug laws still loom large. More than 10,000 people in Denver alone were convicted of low-level cannabis crimes between 2001 and 2013.
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