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
Denver Police Department’s Sgt. Brett Hinkle and Smart Colorado’s Gina Carbone comment on the danger of accidental ingestion of THC that marijuana edibles present this Halloween or anytime for that matter. From Sour Patch Kids to peanut butter cups, p... read more
On September 9, 2014, the Colorado Department of Revenue released a list of marijuana-infused edible products being sold in Colorado. Many of the food products appeal to kids. Sign up for our action alerts to find out how you can help protect Colorado you... read more
Smart Colorado Applauds the Leadership of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on Marijuana Edibles DENVER (October 20, 2014) – Today, Jeff Lawrence of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) announced his... read more
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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.
“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