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.
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
“The public and our children have had no way of differentiating between a candy, soda and food that has marijuana in it, and one that does not,” said Diane Carlson, co-founder of Smart Colorado, in an interview with CBS Denver following a Mari... read more
With Ohio set to vote on marijuana legalization in a few weeks, Local 12 News interviewed Gina Carbone to see just how well legal pot is working for our state. Updated: Wed, Oct 14 2015, 12:51 AM Read Full Story Here
New billboard by Sports Authority Field questions whether marijuana is a ‘hard drug’ [ABC 7 News, Oct. 26, 2015] *** Marijuana Critics Hope Billboard Brings Attention To Pot Potency [CBS 4 Denver / Oct. 27, 2015] *** Group puts up billboard qu... read more
“…Start putting the best interests of the public and our kids first, instead of all the financial interests involved,” said Diane Carlson, a Smart Colorado co-founder, speaking Nov. 24, 2015, to the Denver City Council Business Developme... read more
In Denver, a growing number of marijuana shops are close to schools Source: Denver Post JON MURRAY | April 1, 2016 “We are making this attractive to kids and young people,” said Gina Carbone, a co-founder of Smart Colorado, a group that advocates for ... read more
Fortune magazine reports in its latest edition that a “backlash is growing” against mass commercialization of marijuana in Colorado. It highlights Smart Colorado’s efforts to protect the state’s kids. Fortune reports: “Now, as citizen groups att... read more