Two men have been indicted in an alleged synthetic cannabinoid enterprise that operated in the Denver area and across state lines.
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The University of Colorado’s Boulder campus dropped to No. 10 on this year’s “Reefer Madness” list compiled by the Princeton Review. The university was ranked No. 7 ranking last year after topping the list in 2012.
A proposed citywide ballot initiative aimed at allowing the social use of marijuana in private clubs failed to make the ballot, the Denver Elections Division said Monday.
She said her hands and back can no longer handle the strain of creating pottery, and her motivation for starting the grow operation is to be able to stay in her home.
Jack Splitt, whose fight with cerebral palsy opened Colorado school doors to medical marijuana treatments, died Wednesday. He was 15.
The state’s largest city with an all-out ban on marijuana sales decided Tuesday to let the nascent industry inside its borders, but not before hearing an earful from members of the community.
A new Colorado public-education campaign from the state Department of Public Health and Environment seeks to inspire “trusted adults” — mentors like parents, teachers and coaches — to talk to kids about the potential negative consequences of using marijuana when young.
Colorado school districts this year are wrestling with a new law that allows students with a valid prescription to get medical marijuana treatments on school property with or without help from a school nurse.
A group of east Boulder marijuana companies located on county land the city plans to annex fear the move will put them out of business because they would be forced to comply with the city’s stricter pot laws.
Four Colorado medical marijuana doctors — who were suspended for recommending large plant counts to too many patients and then had their suspensions temporarily lifted by a judge — are back to being suspended, after the judge reversed course and dismissed their lawsuit.