Out-of-state journalist expresses shock and dismay at the health and safety dangers of highly potent edibles being sold in Colorado. by Marshall Allen ProPublica, April 7, 2014, 10 a.m.
Kids pick highly potent pot edibles over their favorite sweets finding it impossible to know the difference. Channel 7 investigators performed an experiment that is discouraging.
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... read more
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, man... read more
Colorado scrambles to put some kind of mandatory testing in place but it will take time and accuracy will remain an issue. Unfortunately, “homogeneity” which is required in other products will not be addressed which means THC content (marijuana’s ma... read more
Increasing marijuana THC levels is having a stronger impact on the developing brain, something important for Colorado teens and those who care about them to be aware of as marijuana becomes increasingly commercialized in Colorado and currently there are n... read more
Tune in to The Dan Caplis Show on 710 KNUS September 12 at 10:00 a.m.to learn more about the issues surrounding youth safety in the landscape of legalized and commercialized recreational marijuana! Event Details What: Radio Interview by Dan Caplis with Di... read more
Currently, everyday food and drink items can by sprayed, injected or infused with marijuana and sold to the public. Although the package may indicate the product contains marijuana, once the product is out of the package no one can tell the difference. Yo... read more