Legal marijuana was a $10.4 billion industry in the U.S. in 2018 with a quarter-million jobs devoted just to the handling of marijuana plants.
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Clear progress on the new Olympic museum has reinvigorated interest and enthusiasm in the City for Champions project.
Even though there haven't been rigorous human studies with CBD, the market for the purportedly anxiety- and pain-relieving, THC-free marijuana product is already huge.
There was fanfare accompanying its debut, but before that it had angered downtown Denver hotels, survived numerous legal challenges, and cost hundreds of millions in tax incentives.
Pending a presidential signature, it will soon be legal to grow hemp in the United States for the first time in more than 80 years.
Apple says it plans hundreds of new jobs in Boulder.
Denver terminated the contract with Trammell Crow on Tuesday, citing misconduct in a $233 million expansion project.
The city has terminated the contract of one real estate development company and will further review another construction company.
The Centennial State economy is expected to add more than 53,000 jobs in 2019.
Marlboro parent company Altria Group Inc. grabbed a 45 percent stake in Cronos Group, a Canadian cannabis giant.
The Department of Revenue has faith that both casinos and racetracks can have a piece of the pie, but casinos believe they are the rightful home for sports betting.
Hundreds of cars have been neatly parked in rows next to the Pikes Peak International Raceway for years. But now the lot is a third empty.
From why the feds are issuing threats now to the difference between commuter rail and light rail.
The Mountain region had the highest consumer confidence in the nation, according to the most recent report from The Conference Board.