Analysis by an editor at The Economist finds the Mexican drug cartels hurting, but pot use has gone up in Colorado.
Last year, taxes on marijuana sales brought in more money than the town sees in overall sales tax and energy impact fees combined. Now, how to spend it?
Marijuana biz owner Wanda James notes, however, that African Americans were disproportionately convicted of marijuana crimes.
The Colorado Photographic Arts Center's "Mixed Bag" exhibition captures a range of issues and aesthetics from the state and beyond.
Nebraska and Oklahoma are suing Colorado over Amendment 64, and NPR reporter Kirk Siegler got curious: How much Colorado weed is actually making it across the borders of neighboring states? Cops there say--a lot. But there are few numbers hard numbers to back up that claim.
Sales of recreational marijuana in Colorado dropped for the first time in May after rising every month since stores opened in January.
Colorado marijuana regulators looking to tighten the rules for edible marijuana products are pondering scaled testing regimes for strong edibles and weaker ones.
Governor John Hickenlooper is no fan of legal marijuana, but he says so far he's not too worried about the drug's impact on Colorado's image.
In his regular conversation with CPR, Governor John Hickenlooper delves into some of the big issues sitting on his desk right now.