A day in the life of a marijuana dispensary

This story was recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists in their 2015 Mark of Excellence Awards. On January 1st, 2014, to much fanfare and global media attention, all eyes were on Colorado as it was the first time in […]

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Proposition BB Passes

Colorado voters overwhelmingly approved proposition BB during Tuesday’s election. As Bente Birkeland reports, it allows the state to keep 66 million dollars in marijuana tax money that has already been collected.  

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Marijuana Taxes Ballot Campaign

Voters will decide this November whether Colorado can keep an estimated 60 million dollars in tax money it has already collected from legalized marijuana sales. As Bente Birkeland reports, Governor John Hickenlooper helped kick off the ballot campaign on Monday.

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Marijuana Law: Underrepresented and Undereducated

“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 […]

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The Business of Marijuana

“It takes years of hard work and long hours and dedication and terrifying roller coaster rides in the business world just to turn it into a successful business – just by having a license does not turn it into a […]

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Weed Between the Lines: The Cannabis Cup

“You won’t be able to get free samples, you won’t be able to buy anything there.” About 40,000 people attend the Cannabis Cup, sponsored by High Times Magazine in Denver on . This year the marijuana enforcement division has said […]

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Weed Between the Lines: Weed the People

This week Leland Rucker speaks with author Bruce Barcott about his latest book Weed The People: The Future of Legal Marijuana in America. After voting in favor of decriminalizing marijuana in his home state of Washington, Barcott decided to investigate the […]

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