Colorado’s medical marijuana shops posted huge gains in the last quarter as purchases of medical pot were up 47 percent.
Marijuana use is legal in Colorado, but employers still have the right to fire you for it. That could change later this year.
- Recreational marijuana sales kicked off to long lines a month ago but shop owners are still confronted with an old and dangerous problem: they are shut out of the banking system.View interactive map
Attorney General Eric Holder said he’s preparing rules that will encourage banks to do business with marijuana businesses where they're legal. But banks say those rules won’t do enough.
Colorado’s marijuana businesses may soon have one less headache: what to do with all the money they’re making from legal sales.
In recent interview, the President also voiced cautious support for state-level legalization efforts.
After more than a year of debating laws and regulations, the country’s first marijuana stores opened on New Year’s Day but demand was heavier than anticipated.
Slideshow: Thousands of marijuana customers waited in long lines at the state's two dozen or so new retail marijuana stores on New Year's morning, hoping to be among the first people in the country to buy recreational pot legally since the drug was banned 77 years ago.