“Denver coroner: Man fell to death after eating marijuana cookies,” read the headline from John Ingold of the Denver Post, and before I could even read the story, my Twitter feed was lighting up.
During Spring Break, a Wyoming college student fell to his death from the balcony of a Holiday Inn in northeast Denver, and city authorities are citing a marijuana-infused cookie as contributing to the accident.
At least three influential officials at the state agency in Denver that regulates the booming marijuana businesses have found work doing cannabis industry consulting after leaving the division. The moves have state officials concerned that citizens will be sent the wrong ...
With the Colorado legislature just weeks away from determining how they plan to budget the $184 million in marijuana tax revenue, state law enforcement agencies have emerged on bended knee to panhandle the administration for an increase in funds to bust lawless stoners.