Colorado is second in the nation when it comes to regular marijuana users ages 12 and up, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health Survey data from 2012-2013 showed marijuana monthly use increased by 22% from 2011-12. California policy e... read more
Risks to Colorado youth from using marijuana are considerable yet perception of risks remain low. Only 44.8% of Colorado adolescents surveyed in recently released Colorado Healthy Kids Survey believe consuming marijuana presents a great risk. In a re... read more
Children’s safety over marijuana industry’s profits By Diane Carlson POSTED: 12/30/2014 05:01:00 PM MST Published in The Denver Post – read publication here.
The Colorado Gazette raises excellent issues and points out just how difficult of a position the state of Colorado and public health experts have been put in because of Colorado’s marijuana laws. The state is spending money to inform visitors and Colora... read more
Marijuana trends among teenagers are troubling. According to federal reports, youth use of alcohol and cigarettes are down, but marijuana use is up. Too many high school students believe that marijuana is harmless, and in Colorado 1 out of 15 students rep... read more
Surge in marijuana edibles being sold and used at Colorado schools reported POSTED 9:59 PM, FEBRUARY 11, 2015, BY DAVID MITCHELL Fox 31 Denver Smart Colorado co-founder, Gina Carbone, was recently interviewed by Fox31 Denver regarding the continued challe... read more
Highly potent marijuana linked to one in four cases of psychosis according to recent UK study. A recent study a decade in the making conducted by King’s College in London was just released by the journal Lancet Psychiatry finding that highly potent mari... read more
Marijuana tax revenue one fifth of 2014’s projected value When Colorado recreational pot shops first opened their doors on January 1st, 2014, the Governor’s officer was hopeful, estimating marijuana tax revenues $134 million. The state has currently c... read more