Hershey Takes Action Against Marijuana Dispensaries

Hershey Takes Action Against Marijuana Dispensaries

Hershey is pursuing litigation in Washington in Colorado over trademark infringement due to the sale of marijuana edibles in the likeness of some of its most popular candy brands such as Reese’s and Mr. Goodbar. Some unscrupulous manufacturers even go so far as to spray store bought products with THC to turn an innocuous food into an adult product. With tactics like these, is it any wonder that...

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Marijuana Edible Experience from a NY Columnist

New York Times Columnist, Maureen Dowd shares concerns about highly potent marijuana edibles being sold in Colorado.  Unfortunately,  her experience mirrors the experience of countless others, including too many Colorado teenagers.  Read her full story below or click here to read it from the New York Time Op-Ed Pages.    Don’t Harsh Our Mellow, Dude June 3, 2014 Maureen Dowd The...

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New Rules for Marijuana Edibles Up for Debate

New Rules for Marijuana Edibles Up for Debate

Smart Colorado participates in state rule making proceedings to address the health and safety issues involving in consuming extremely high THC concentration levels, serving sizes, and packaging requirements of potent marijuana edibles. Unfortunately, many cities and counties including Denver have moved full speed ahead with marijuana commercialization before any of these protections and...

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New Marijuana Legislations

New Marijuana Legislations

Governor signs two marijuana bills into law – placing further restrictions on marijuana edibles and concentrates Today Smart Colorado was proud to stand with the Governor as he signed two important pieces of legislation into law, HB 1361 and HB 1366, which place additional restrictions on marijuana concentrates and edibles. Smart Colorado has been working with legislators since October to enact...

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Marijuana Linked to Heart Problems

Marijuana linked to heart problems April 26, 2014 by DELTHIA RICKS / delthia.ricks@newsday.com Click here for article source. Proponents of legalizing marijuana have long stood by claims of the plant’s overall safety, but new research raises questions about pot’s impact on the cardiovascular system and brain. Writing this past week in the Journal of the American Heart Association,...

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