Sensi: New Rules for Boulder Pot Businesses

The Boulder City Council on Tuesday passed a series of rule changes for Boulder cannabis businesses and said it planned to reevaluate others at a later date. Leland Rucker, senior editor at Sensi Magazine says that the one that attracted […]

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Sensi: Drug Testing for Cannabis Slowly Declines

Drug testing for a variety for jobs from the fast food industry to newspapers have been ubiquitous, but Leland Rucker, senior editor at Sensi Magazine says it’s a practice that’s on the decline. “It’s always struck me as odd that […]

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Sensi: Public Consumption of Cannabis

More than five years after recreational marijuana was approved by Colorado voters, House Bill 1258 was introduced this week that would allow licensed marijuana businesses to apply for a “marijuana accessory consumption establishment” license.     Leland Rucker, the senior […]

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Sensi: Cannabis Tax Dollars Increased in 2017

Leland Rucker, the Senior Editor of Sensi Magazine says that the Colorado Department of Revenue reports a record $1.51 billion worth of medical and recreational cannabis, edibles and concentrate products were sold here in 2017. “Adult-use sales topped $1.09 billion, […]

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Sensi: Wiping the Slate Clean

Last week the District Attorney in San Francisco said that the city will expunge or reduce thousands of criminal convictions for marijuana dating back decades.  Leland Rucker, senior editor at Sensi Magazine, says that Proposition 64, which California voters approved, […]

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Sensi: California and Mexico Legalization Updates

Leland Rucker, senior editor at Sensi Magazine, takes a look ahead to the new year when Californians will be able to purchase legal recreational marijuana, except in Los Angeles. The city will begin taking applications Jan. 3, and city officials […]

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