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.
Doctors and researchers across the country are concerned that existing research documenting mental health risks for adolescent marijuana users is no longer sufficient. That research, while showing serious and long-term health impacts, was largely conducte... 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
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
Business owners voice sharp criticism over new retail pot shops moving into their neighborhoods, and zoning regulations often force pot shops into already-struggling parts of town. The tension continues to grow in Denver over the message that pot shops se... read more
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.
“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
DENVER, Colo. — Aug. 31, 2015 — On behalf of Colorado children and parents living in a state where drugged food — in the form of marijuana edibles — is legal and creatively marketed, Smart Colorado today urged state regulators to implement a Red S... read more