Denver, Colorado marijuana news, culture, resources
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A recent study found teens are increasingly avoiding alcohol consumption. For some of them, it is because they prefer the effects of marijuana.
Guests Larry Ulibarri and Kathie J., Denver radio personalities and founders of Blazin Hit Radio, talking about marijuana media cashing in on the cannabis craze.
Denver gets a little help from other states, nations as it hosts annual marijuana regulatory conference
Denver once again will play both host and marijuana authority to policy makers from around the globe seeking to learn the nuts and bolts of cannabis legalization.
Official Russian media has attacked Morgan Freeman, saying he is "sick" from marijuana use, which is why he made a video questioning Russia's involvement in the 2016 U.S. election.
When investigating complaints about cannabis grows, Medford Area Drug and Gang Enforcement has to determine whether they are for medical, retail, hemp or personal consumption.
A second New York medical marijuana company said Thursday it plans to expand home delivery to Long Island patients in Nassau and Suffolk.
Cities and towns in Massachusetts that didn't ban recreational marijuana shops are now looking at ways to extract revenue from the burgeoning industry.
A Pennsylvania county sued 11 pharmaceutical companies Thursday for marketing tactics that county officials say misrepresent the dangers of long-term opioid use.
Two drivers of a Mexican tour bus have been arrested near Tombstone after 320 pounds (145 kilograms) of marijuana was found in a hidden compartment.
Rapper Chief Keef has pleaded not guilty to drug charges in South Dakota.
A panel "Minority Leaders in Cannabis," gathered at Howard University said entrepreneurs - particularly women and minorities - should not fear the industry.
This weekend, Colorado will host its first substantial marijuana-centric film festival, the Cannabus Fest in Fort Collins.
American Legion calls for 'direct involvement' from VA Secretary for federally-approved cannabis PTSD study
The powerful veterans group says lack of support puts the pioneering, federally approved study in jeopardy.
A judge upheld Kentucky's ban on medical marijuana, ruling the state has good reason to "curtail citizens' possession of a narcotic, hallucinogenic drug."