Here's what we saw at Denver's annual stoner Christmas.
"It's a celebration, and we still have work to do. The war on drugs has not ended; the negative impact on communities of color has not ended."
Denver revokes 4/20 permit claim from “Smokey” Ortiz, whose lawyer points out that likely permit winners sell marijuana, a federal crime
The fight for Denver's famous marijuana rally is far from over, and the whole thing has frankly gotten bizarre.
They'd been camping out for the permit, but the eventual winner came in through a different door.
On Friday, a hearing officer upheld the city's decision to ban Miguel Lopez from hosting the 4/20 event following allegations of mismanagement.
Denver weed mogul says he paid 2 Chainz $12,000 cash to save 4/20, which is not the weirdest part of this
Pepe Breton, owner of the boutique dispensary Euflora, wants to take over the 4/20 permit from Miguel Lopez, who is fighting the city to hold onto it.
If the charges against Miguel Lopez are upheld, he'll be banned for three years and lose his "priority" right to run the 4/20 rally in Civic Center Park.
The leader of Denver's Catholic community, Archbishop Samuel Aquila, put out a statement Tuesday calling for the end of the annual event that celebrates cannabis culture in Civic Center.
Legalization split the cannabis community's perception of Denver's big 4/20 event.
Now Lopez is back in the halls of Denver government –– and damn it, he's stoned.
Tommy Chong talks the marijuana industry, Denver's Brown Palace and the America's pot user.
U.S. Attorney John Walsh is stepping down as Colorado's top federal prosecutor.