New study reveals what makes marijuana edibles most attractive to young kids

Colorado’s new rules for marijuana-infused edibles — which prohibit products made in animal or fruit shapes — take an important step to curb edibles’ appeal to young children but they also may not go far enough by not regulating color, taste and smell, a recently released study suggests. marijuana news Continue reading New study reveals what makes marijuana edibles most attractive to young kids

Longmont City Council debates rules for marijuana home grows

The Longmont City Council on Tuesday discussed a proposed ordinance to regulate marijuana home grows that would keep the city aligned with state law. marijuana news Continue reading Longmont City Council debates rules for marijuana home grows

Colorado hits another cannabis 1st with certified hemp seed

Colorado is expected to reach another national first on cannabis Wednesday when state agriculture officials show off the first domestic certified hemp seeds. marijuana news Continue reading Colorado hits another cannabis 1st with certified hemp seed

Hundreds mourn Jack Splitt, young advocate for medical marijuana and special-needs children

A crowd of hundreds on Thursday remembered Jack Splitt, a Jefferson County teenager who battled cerebral palsy and whose lobbying efforts at the state Capitol changed the law not once but twice. marijuana news Continue reading Hundreds mourn Jack Splitt, young advocate for medical marijuana and special-needs children

Two men indicted on 169-counts in alleged Denver-area synthetic cannabinoid enterprise

Two men have been indicted in an alleged synthetic cannabinoid enterprise that operated in the Denver area and across state lines. marijuana news Continue reading Two men indicted on 169-counts in alleged Denver-area synthetic cannabinoid enterprise

CU Boulder drops to No. 10 on Princeton Review’s “Reefer Madness” list

The University of Colorado’s Boulder campus dropped to No. 10 on this year’s “Reefer Madness” list compiled by the Princeton Review. The university was ranked No. 7 ranking last year after topping the list in 2012. marijuana news Continue reading CU Boulder drops to No. 10 on Princeton Review’s “Reefer Madness” list

Denver NORML’s pot clubs initiative falls short, won’t make November ballot

A proposed citywide ballot initiative aimed at allowing the social use of marijuana in private clubs failed to make the ballot, the Denver Elections Division said Monday. marijuana news Continue reading Denver NORML’s pot clubs initiative falls short, won’t make November ballot

Pitkin County delays decision for woman who wants to turn pottery studio into pot grow

She said her hands and back can no longer handle the strain of creating pottery, and her motivation for starting the grow operation is to be able to stay in her home. marijuana news Continue reading Pitkin County delays decision for woman who wants to turn pottery studio into pot grow

Jack Splitt, the teenager who changed Colorado medical pot law, dies

Jack Splitt, whose fight with cerebral palsy opened Colorado school doors to medical marijuana treatments, died Wednesday. He was 15. marijuana news Continue reading Jack Splitt, the teenager who changed Colorado medical pot law, dies

Thornton says yes to marijuana sales in face of vocal opposition

The state’s largest city with an all-out ban on marijuana sales decided Tuesday to let the nascent industry inside its borders, but not before hearing an earful from members of the community. marijuana news Continue reading Thornton says yes to marijuana sales in face of vocal opposition