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Marijuana Tasting Rooms Coming To Colorado?

A new bill is working its way through the Colorado Legislature that would allow marijuana dispensaries to set up social consumption establishments, or places where people could use marijuana. The bi-partisan bill is an attempt to address Colorado’s public cannabis consumption issues, by allowing medical and Continue reading

Gardner To Stop Blocking DOJ Nominations

Senator Cory Gardner says he will stop blocking nominees for some Justice Department jobs, which he was holding up due to recent changes in federal marijuana policies announced last month by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Gardner says he’s spoken with Deputy Attorney General Rod Continue reading

Gardner Talks Pot Protection With Sessions

Following his criticism of Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s decision to remove federal protections for states with legalized marijuana, Colorado Senator Cory Gardner met with the AG this week, to discuss the move. During Continue reading

Marijuana Tax Collections Down for September

MARIJUANA-300Recreational marijuana sales in Colorado took a month-over-month dive in September for the first time since the drug was legalized. The Colorado Department of Revenue says retailers sold $31,626,965 in recreational marijuana in September – down 7.3 percent from August’s retail sales of $34,125,200. The sales of medical Continue reading

Lawmakers Vote to Study Marijuana Issues

MARIJUANA-300Lawmakers held off on a directive to implement new restrictions on marijuana edibles in Colorado, but will study the issue to consider legislation next year.  Legislators are also advancing a measure to limit pot in its concentrated form.  A Senate committee unanimously approved a bill yesterday Continue reading

Marijuana Banking Bill Fails

MARIJUANA-300Yesterday, Colorado state legislators debated a last-minute bill to give marijuana businesses a place to do their banking.  But the plan to set up the world’s first financial system for marijuana survived less than 24 hours before state lawmakers changed course and shelved the idea.  The measure was introduced Continue reading