Nobody loves a pun quite like marijuana business owners.
Larry Ulibarri and Kathie J started live broadcasting "Larry & Kathie J's Blazin' Hit Radio" from The Green Solution Studios on Monday.
Due to state laws, Oakland's regulations could not be copied in Denver where the industry is dominated by white men.
Marijuana facilities in the Denver metro area only make up 2.9 percent of the total warehouse inventory, but they have driven up prices.
The NFL Players Association doesn’t think it can get relaxed cannabis rules without giving something up
Cannabis remains on the NFL's banned substance list.
He said it's an area that needs more research to have a definitive answer, but all the evidence to date is that it's not happening.
A defeated bill would have prohibited public employees from assisting federal agents in "arresting a Colorado citizen for committing an act that is a Colorado constitutional right."
The move is part of the recently formed Cannabis Caucus' efforts to increase protections for the legal marijuana industry.
PTSD will join the list of conditions for which you can use medical marijuana, if Gov. Hickenlooper signs off
The state Senate on Tuesday approved a bill to make PTSD the 10th qualifying condition for medical pot. It heads to the governor's desk.
The Denver City Council voted 11-2 Monday to approve later store hours after proponents beat back a series of amendments to slightly limit the longer hours.
Legalization split the cannabis community's perception of Denver's big 4/20 event.
Denver City Council set aside an hour for testimony on a proposal to extend pot store hours to 10 p.m., and only the usual suspects showed up.
Today in "nevermind," Colorado lawmakers backed off plans to regulate marijuana clubs for fear of inviting a federal crackdown.
The Colorado Senate passed a bill Wednesday to allow pot growers and retailers to reclassify recreational pot as medical marijuana in the event of a federal crackdown.
Colorado has already decided that marijuana use shouldn't be off-limits for people on probation.
The nation's most generous grow-your-own marijuana laws came closer Monday to being curbed in Colorado.