Drug War Roundup: Family Terrified By Wrong-House Raid; Court Says Cops Don’t Have to Verify Address

Drug War Roundup: Family Terrified By Wrong-House Raid; Court Says Cops Don’t Have to Verify Address:

The drug war marches on.

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Pharmaceutical Company Funding Anti-Pot Fight Worried About Losing Business, Filings Show

Pharmaceutical Company Funding Anti-Pot Fight Worried About Losing Business, Filings Show:

Pharmaceutical executives who recently made a major donation to an anti-marijuana legalization campaign claimed they were doing so out of concern for the safety of children – but their investor filings reveal that pot poses a direct threat to their plans to cash in on a synthetic cannabis product they have developed.

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Colorado pot shops post record-breaking sales figures topping $122 million in July

Colorado’s monthly marijuana sales notched an all-time high in July as shops sold nearly $122.7 million of medical and recreational cannabis. marijuana news Continue reading Colorado pot shops post record-breaking sales figures topping $122 million in July

Alaska pot regulators OK first retail license

The owners of Frozen Budz have high hopes now that they’ve received Alaska’s first retail marijuana license. marijuana news Continue reading Alaska pot regulators OK first retail license

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

Bills OT Seantrel Henderson appealing suspension, citing marijuana use for Crohn’s disease

Buffalo Bills offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson is appealing the NFL’s four-game suspension for testing positive for marijuana, according to a person with direct knowledge of the situation. marijuana news Continue reading Bills OT Seantrel Henderson appealing suspension, citing marijuana use for Crohn’s disease

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

Longmont may close loophole that allows unregulated home marijuana grows

Longmont City Council members will discuss Tuesday night whether to close a loophole in city code related to home marijuana grows. marijuana news Continue reading Longmont may close loophole that allows unregulated home marijuana grows

Ganja-preneurs create experiences that combine Colorado recreation and marijuana

Joel and Lisa Schneider are among a small but dedicated group of ganja-preneurs looking to create an industry that is organic, high-end, customer-friendly and respectable in the same way other Colorado products, such as food and beer, have become. marijuana news Continue reading Ganja-preneurs create experiences that combine Colorado recreation and marijuana