A 30-second TV ad for the "Don't Be a Lab Rat" public health campaign regarding marijuana.
The new campaign features ads to be shown on TV and in theaters, a website and several giant human-sized lab rat cages placed around Colorado.
A new report credits Colorado's smooth implementation of marijuana laws to willing leadership, a realistic timeline, and the ever-present threat of Washington.
This week the prominent newspaper rolled out a series of editorials arguing for ending the prohibition of marijuana in America.
Prosecutors say a man faces felony charges for illegally growing hundreds of pounds of marijuana in three Denver warehouses in an area with many legal grows.
Caregivers are people authorized by the state to grow marijuana on behalf of others, and they're not subject to state taxes or background checks.
The vote is largely symbolic since Treasury already had gone ahead with the guidance, but it demonstrates a loosening of anti-marijuana sentiment on Capitol Hill.
Sales of recreational marijuana in Colorado dropped for the first time in May after rising every month since stores opened in January.