The Denver Post editorial board held a forum titled “Colorado and Retail Marijuana: How is the New Era Going?” on Tuesday evening. The forum assessed the first six months of retail marijuana and the first 18 months of legalized use in Colorado... read more
Colorado’s Marijuana Enforcement Division released emergency rules regarding marijuana infused products. The industry will now need to delineate edibles into 10mg THC sections for ease of consumption and understanding of potency. DENVER (CBS4)
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
A study published recently by Suffolk University and USA Today indicates that about half of Coloradoans aren’t happy with legalized recreational marijuana and how the law is implemented. 49 percent of Coloradans do not approve of how the state is managi... read more
Founding member of Smart Colorado, Rachel O’Bryan, offers some safety tips concerning marijuana edibles. Because dosages vary and many edibles look just like their drug-free counterparts, edibles present a danger to youth as well as adults. Kids risk ac... read more
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Colorado marijuana edible manufacturers are buying regular, familiar candies in bulk before infusing them with THC and re-labeling for recreational marijuana sales. Jeremy Meyer from The Denver Post explains this deceptive tactic designed to generate more... read more
On the eve of a midterm election as Alaska votes whether to follow Colorado and Washington by legalizing recreational marijuana, Gina Carbone of Smart Colorado warns Alaska of the risks. In Colorado, she says, “We were told it was going to be tightly re... read more