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Legal marijuana does not impact alcohol sales

Recreational Marijuana Legalization Has No Impact on Alcohol Sales, Trade Association Finds

Sales of alcohol have not been affected in the three states – Colorado, Oregon, and Washington State – that have the longest-established...
Marijuana dispensaries increase house prices

Study Finds Cannabis Dispensaries Increase Nearby Property Values

According to a new study published in the journal Contemporary Economic Policy, having your home located near a cannabis dispensary could actually...

Colorado Ballot Initiative Would Redefine Industrial Hemp

In Colorado in November, voters will have the opportunity to approve Amendment X, a ballot initiative that would change the state’s legal definition of...
Should Colorado update marijuana laws

Does Colorado Need To Update Its Marijuana Laws?

Colorado, a leader in marijuana legalization, enjoys top rank among investors. As its market matures, however, experts in the industry have proposed legislative reforms...
Colorado adult marijuana use up

Colorado Adults Using More Marijuana, While Youth Use Remains Unchanged

Two recently released survey reports from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment offer evidence that while marijuana use has increased among adults...
Michael Hancock among mayors calling for federal reform

Denver, Thornton Mayors Join Other City Leaders in Calling for Federal Marijuana Policy Reform

At the 86th Annual Meeting U.S. Conference of Mayors held June 8-11 in Boston, the nation’s mayors promulgated a resolution that calls on local...
Marijuana Tasting Rooms

Colorado Governor Vetoes Bill that Would Allow Nations-First Cannabis ‘Tasting Rooms’

In early June, Governor John Hickenlooper of Colorado vetoed a bill that would have allowed for marijuana sampling at dispensaries. House Bill 1258 would have...
Marijuana Plants Burned

700 Pounds of Weed Burned in Colorado

Authorities in rural Colorado burned about 700 pounds of illegal marijuana plants in October, they said. The plants were burned Oct. 11 in Penrose, in...
Denver police need more space to store confiscated marijuana

Denver Cops Are Running Out of Space for Marijuana

Colorado voters legalized marijuana in 2012, a move many said would lead to less illegal cultivation of the drug. But police in Denver now...
Colorado

Coloradans Still Back Legal Weed

Colorado voters legalized recreational marijuana four years ago, and time hasn't changed their minds. A poll released in September finds that Coloradans have few regrets...
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