Surveys show a small but growing number of older adults are using marijuana — a trend that worries researchers who say not enough…
Denver plans to form a Social Consumption Advisory committee, made up of key stakeholders to help make the rules, a process that is expected…
A new report argues that Oregon's strict rules around pesticide testing are hurting the state's fledgling recreational marijuana industry.
Weed is winning in the polls, with a solid majority of Americans saying marijuana should be legal. But does that mean the federal government…
State licensing officials have announced a rule that will keep bars and many restaurants from applying for new social marijuana use permits.
A marijuana-themed mall in Aurora is quickly filling vacancies and drawing new customers.
The group backing Denver’s public-use marijuana initiative declared victory Monday night, and Tuesday’s updated voting returns in…
Pot advocates declared victory Monday night, saying the measure to allow pot clubs in Denver has passed.
In a state that leads the way in marijuana policy, Colorado veterans do not have access to medical marijuana to treat PTSD.
Initiated Ordinance 300 is still too close to call days after Election Day, as nearly 100,000 ballots still have to be counted in Denver.
Some cannabis and hemp-related businesses are turning to Bitcoin as means for commerce.
The smell from a Boulder marijuana grow facility has earned the facility's operator $14,000 in fines.