Colorado

This Week in Weed: New York City Cracks Down!

New York cracks down, weed jobs got the juice, and Denver hires a helping hand

Conrad Martin

Denver's Marijuana Czar Reflects on Running America's First Legal, Adult-Use Weed Market

Ashley Kilroy isn't in the cannabis business but she knows as much about it as just about anybody who is.

Bart Schaneman

Colorado Cannabis Business Leaders Share Lessons From America's First Adult-Use Market

Five years after Colorado legalized marijuana for adults the industry is a huge success but not every entrepreneur has succeeded.

Bart Schaneman

These Social Justice Weed Warriors Are Making a Difference

From fighting hunger to hiring employees with cannabis-related convictions, these entrepreneurs are using cannabis to promote social good.

Hayden Field

What Will Happen if the U.S. Legalizes Pot Like Canada? A Mind-Boggling Economic Boon, That's What.

The U.S. population is nearly ten times larger than Canada. The economic benefits of legalization here would be at least that much greater.

Scott Mandell

New Jersey Likely to Elect a Governor Determined to Legalize Marijuana

A legalization bill is sailing through the Legislature and Democrat Phil Murphy has pledged to sign it. He has a commanding lead in the polls.

Nation's First Cannabis Drive-Through Opens In Colorado as Cannabis Sales Boom

Rocky Mountain high meets the American open road in the state where legal marijuana sales fueling a new economy.

Colorado Considers End Run if Feds Crack Down on Recreational Marijuana

All marijuana legally for sale in Colorado will be deemed medical if the Trump Administration turns against recreational sales legal in eight states.

Colorado Takes Aim at the Marijuana Black Market

Legislation seeks to reduce the large amount of legally grown marijuana diverted to criminal sales.

Here's Where Colorado Spends Its Skyrocketing Pot Tax Revenue

The first state to legalize recreational adult use of marijuana is now funding a host of programs with the proceeds.

Marijuana Industry Launches Colorado Campaign on Safe Cannabis Use

The public safety campaign is one more sign the marijuana business is now culturally mainstream.

Colorado Grants $2.3 Million For Marijuana Health and Safety Research

Ironically, it is only now that marijuana is legal -- at least under state law -- that it is getting scientific scrutiny for safe use.