Cannabis remains a male-dominated industry. How much so is unclear because the legal marijuana industry is so new.
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.
After four months of whiplash for the cannabis business community, Sen. Gardner's support of the industry has empowered investors again.
The bill proposed in partnership with Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren would legitimize Colorado's marijuana industry, solving banking and other legal protection issues for licensed businesses.
People have not been coming to Colorado, "spending their last dime on cannabis and then lining up at soup kitchen queues" one of the study's authors says.
The owners plan to charge an entry fee to the bring-your-own space where people can vape or consume edible pot products.
Marijuana’s share of Denver's energy pie is “growing overall at a much faster rate than the overall energy use in the city.”
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.