The holds have created friction both with Sessions and some of Gardner’s fellow GOP senators who want key law enforcement officials in their states confirmed.
Even tourists who stop into a dispensary for a joint during a visit to the Mile High City risk running afoul of customs agents who are increasingly searching phones and social media.
The store's La Alma-Lincoln neighborhood space is already open but is only selling coffee and pre-packaged snacks for now.
John Hickenlooper says his mind is open to public feedback, but thinks Coloradans will agree that a winter Olympic bid would be good for the state.
With a one page memo AG Sessions removed certain protections for people doing business in legal recreational marijuana.
Coloradans legalized growing hemp at the same time they approved recreational marijuana in 2013, but seeds have been hard to come by.
In the Washington Post, Coffman warns the Trump administration that it's "too late" to dismantle the industry.
Marijuana is the main industry in the tiny Western Colorado town of DeBeque, so a threatened federal crackdown on state-legalized sales gives the town manager the jitters.
John Walsh pushed for justice department guidance on how to prosecute marijuana during his tenure, and says the Trump administration is making a mistake in reversing course.
Past bipartisan support to protect medical marijuana gives Rep. Polis hope that Congress can do more for states that have approved recreational use.