DPD Sergeant Steve Warneke interview Sergeant Brett Hinkle and Detective Aaron Kafer of the department’s marijuana unit regularly answer questions and concerns about children’s safety around marijuana products, but with Halloween coming up, the fe... 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
CNN highlights the concern of parents and the Denver Police Department as Halloween approaches and marijuana edibles flood the Colorado market. At Smart Colorado, we know CNN is onto something —accidental ingestion of marijuana-infused candy is a serio... read more
It’s not as easy to spot the pot as you might think. Tips on how to protect your kids this halloween. Download this graphic by clicking here.
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
Accidental ingestion of marijuana this Halloween is no treat for Coloradans — however much marijuana-infused candy looks and smells just like kids’ favorite snacks and candy. While marijuana industry advocates say that there is no real threat of accid... read more