Atlanta built twice as much housing as Denver and rents rose half as much, and other numbers that tell our real estate story.
The Aurora Republican the and Denver Democrat introduced the "Respect States and Citizens’ Rights Act of 2017" on Thursday.
New research from a pediatrician at Children's Hospital Colorado casts doubt on whether more teens and young adults in the state are using marijuana.
The move is part of the recently formed Cannabis Caucus' efforts to increase protections for the legal marijuana industry.
A Georgia-based startup took a look this month at how many of its users are moving to places like Colorado or Oregon for legal weed.
Legalization split the cannabis community's perception of Denver's big 4/20 event.
Poll: Marijuana safer than opioids, but moms shouldn't use
Pot club showdown nears between Colorado governor, lawmakers
Republican Rep. Mike Coffman also hints at fiscally keeping Sessions away from legal marijuana industry
Rep. Coffman floats defense of state's marijuana industry
The Boulder Democrat hopes to attach an amendment to Congress' annual spending bill for the U.S. Department of Justice that would essentially tie Attorney General Jeff Sessions' hands.
Denver councilwoman Kendra Black and others on the city's Social Consumption Advisory Committee said last month that regulators should consider requiring training for the staff of permitted social cannabis businesses.
NORML chapters throughout the nation announced a new push this week to stop marijuana use from being a valid reason for not hiring a potential worker.
Cannabis Caucus launched in bipartisan effort by Colorado, California, Alaska and Oregon congressmen
U.S. Rep. Jared Polis joined congressmen from three three other states where recreational marijuana is legal to officially launch the Cannabis Caucus on Thursday.
Colorado's marijuana industry continued to surge in 2016 with sales jumping by almost a third from 2015.
Colorado releases comprehensive guide for marijuana industry, including workplace hazards like fires and explosions
"Slips, trips and falls are hazards common to every industry, but the marijuana industry has special considerations."
"To be transparent, it's not going well," said Major Steve Garcia, training services branch commander for Colorado State Patrol.
Denver officials are drafting Initiative 300 rules now that would allow people to smoke marijuana in businesses throughout the city.
It's unclear how Denver officials and marijuana advocates will implement Initiative 300 allowing marijuana use in businesses.