March usually brings a big seasonal bump in recreational marijuana sales to Colorado.
Many Colorado politicians are trying to educate their colleagues on the state’s thriving marijuana market, even if they’re a tad annoyed by all the cherry picking of studies.
British drugmaker GW Pharmaceuticals is seeking permission to sell its medication for rare, hard-to-treat seizures in children.
While Congressman Lamborn is no fan of marijuana, he now says he supports studying the potential medicinal qualities of it.
A billion-dollar industry in Colorado finds itself on shaky ground after AG Sessions makes a move that contradicts what he once said to senators.
The American Veterinary Medical Association wants the DEA to declassify marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug "to facilitate research opportunities."
In Colorado, the number of seniors who hold medical marijuana cards has been slowly rising.
A marijuana trafficking ring that raked in about $200,000 a month pretended to be growing weed for sick people but was instead illegally shipping it to other states, the AG said.
While some marijuana business owners are confident, rumblings from Washington D.C. are scaring off potential investors.