This week on Weed Between the Lines, Leland Rucker talks about the public consumption measure coming to the Denver ballot and how Boulder should be watching this carefully since it’ll come up here too. Leland Rucker writes the Weed […]
This week, Leland Rucker continues his conversation with State Representative Jonathan Singer who talks about the constraints of TABOR on using tax dollars generated by taxing marijuana. Singer also talks about how the war on drugs still impacts people in […]
A Washington-based group opposed to legal marijuana has filed lawsuits against Colorado marijuana businesses using the 1970 Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). The lawsuit filed by Safe Streets Alliance, a Washington-based anti-crime group, says that while marijuana maybe […]
“100% more people need to get involved” Staci Zaretsky, editor at Above the Law argues that there are not enough qualified attorneys trained in the area of representing marijuana clients in court, outside of criminal cases. After a University of […]
The Governor signed a bill into law Thursday that would ask voters whether Colorado can keep an estimated 60 million dollars in tax money it has already collected from legalized marijuana sales. Bente Birkeland has more.
“This is the first time that a majority of a senate (committee), in this case the appropriations committee, cast votes in favor of expanding medical cannabis access to United States veterans.” Leland Rucker takes a look at the bi-partisan “Veterans […]