Father visits late son’s high school with marijuana message Kent Osborn returned on March 20 to Arapahoe High School, which his son Tom had attended. Kent brought along his write-up of Tom’s story, which concludes: “As far as I’m c
Amendment 64 defines marijuana products as "concentrated marijuana products and marijuana products that are comprised of marijuana and other ingredients and are intended for use or consumption, such as, but not limited to, edible products, ointments, and tinctures."
This expansive definition has allowed a flood of marijuana products in Colorado that are intended for discreet use and to appeal to a wider customer base. Disturbingly, Colorado kids can inconspicuously suck on a lollipop, chew on gummy bears, or munch on granola, and “vape” on a pen, asthma inhaler, or highlighter loaded with a liquid form of concentrated THC.
Educate yourself and Colorado youth about the forms of marijuana:
Ask your council member to maintain marijuana-free safe zones for kids Current rules in Denver call for 1,000-foot safe zones between businesses that allow marijuana consumption (which can include outdoor smoking) and schools, child care establishments an
Let’s keep kids away from marijuana at 420 festival On Saturday, April 20, Denver Civic Center Park will host the Mile High 420 Festival, an annual event run by the marijuana industry. Recreational marijuana is illegal for anyone under 21, yet the e
July 16, 2018 Smart Colorado depicts reality of today’s commercialized marijuana products with THCphotos.org When the media reports on marijuana, they typically include images of leaves or buds — the traditional plant form that has been smoked for
Introducing Smart Colorado’s “Circle of Impact” Newsletter! We are pleased to announce the launch of our new initiative; a quarterly newsletter appropriately called, “Circle of Impact.” As a supporter of our work protecting kids and communitie
Gov. Hickenlooper’s veto of public marijuana use bill places kids over industry profits June 6, 2018 On June 4, Hickenlooper vetoed Colorado House Bill 1258, which would have let marijuana stores open additional facilities where customers could u