Marijuana use and cardiovascular complications have been noted by medical scientists in France. Many still believe marijuana to be virtually harmless. Perception of marijuana as a “safe drug” is scientifically inaccurate The nature of the teen... read more
Denver City Council passes the Denver Retail Marijuana Code, adding a new Article V to Chapter 6 of the Denver Revised Municipal Code. SMART Colorado identifies many deficiencies in the code, including: There are no limits on the number of retail stores i... read more
Colorado voters pass Proposition AA, approving a 15% excise and 10% special sales tax for retail marijuana.
Every contribution is important and deeply appreciated. Your support allows us to continue to advocate on behalf of the health and safety of Colorado kids. The entire leadership team at Smart Colorado has dedicated their time and resources on a strictly v... read more
The Denver City Council passes Council Bill 13-0736 narrowly defining “open and public” consumption of marijuana to permit smoking on the front yards of homes.
Doctor Paula Riggs, one of the leading experts on early marijuana use, shares research on how marijuana use impacts the health and safety of young users. The Big Deal About Marijuana Use Paula Riggs, MD, explains how marijuana affects health and why users... read more
New research suggests that marijuana effects may not just impact the developing brain, but ultimately may impact an adolescent user’s future offspring as well. Foxnews.com Jan. 24, 2014 – 2:08 – John Roberts reports from Atlanta
Marijuana legalization makes tough conversations harder for teens Colorado Public Radio Originally published: March 18, 2014 By Jenny Brundin