Colorado

  1. “Disaster on the War on Drugs” Says the Governor of Colorado

    Governor of Colorado was not the biggest opponent of the new cannabis regulations John Hickenlooper the Governor of Colorado was not the biggest opponent of the new cannabis regulations, he was not on board with Amendment 64 prior to the 2012 Election. He expressed his concerns about what the new industry would do to his state. Fast forward six...
  2. Proponents of Legal Marijuana Raise $3 Million in Colorado and Washington

    Marijuana-friendly place Colorado and Washington are two of the leading states in terms of becoming a marijuana-friendly place and they advanced a step into legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes. Proponents of legal marijuana are taking their efforts quite seriously and this can be seen in the total amount of money they have collected to support their campaign. Following the qualification...
  3. Colorado Pre-Employment Drug Testing - Marijuana Users Prohibited

    Pre-employment drug testing  Using pre-employment drug testing is a way to keep drug users from entering some companies’ workforces.  Especially if they have a drug free policy with their business as most companies do in Colorado. Those that do require pre-employment drug screen testing. The Denver Post printed a survey that showed that Colorado has more dispensaries than any other state in...
  4. Colorado Requests Judge to Strike down Restrictions on Marijuana Magazine Sales

    Colorado – After the enactment of the new recreational marijuana legislation in the state, a federal judge has finally made a provision – that is, marijuana-themed magazines must be sold behind the counters, just like pornographic materials. However, this move sparked concerns on the part of the magazine vendors, publishers – and even lawmakers - in the state. Marijuana Magazine...
  5. Marijuana Vending Machines Now Available In Colorado

    Marijuana in vending machines A marijuana vending machine has recently been introduced in the state of Colorado. According to reports, a private event was held for the said unveiling. The vending machine is said to contain different marijuana products such as snacks and other food items. A marijuana supporter and vendor in Colorado said the presence of vending machines allows...
  6. Colorado’s Cannabis Wedding Expo Stories

    Since Colorado has legalized the recreational and medical use of cannabis, the state has been having different events and activities where people who love to take a hit parties and enjoy every smoke. There arrival dinner parties and there are wedding expos. Recently, the cannabis wedding expo kicked in at Point Gallery’s hip and everyone really had a good time...
  7. The effect of marijuana on Colorado's economy

    A year after Colorado started its state-run dispensaries where people can legally purchase their own weed, Colorado is now boasting a bigger economy and higher state income. Six months since the state started selling, the shoot to number 1 in the economic growth survey of Business Insider. How did legalization of marijuana help to boost the economy of Colorado? Running...
  8. Welcome: Colorado Weed Tourist

    With the legalization of recreational marijuana use in Colorado, it opened a new avenue for people to earn money – cannabis tourism! How does cannabis tourism work? Cannabis tourism is all about traveling to Colorado to get stoned and experience what it feels like to be a stoner, to get high! It is all about getting to know the people...
  9. Best selling cannabis products in Colorado

    Just as most, if not all suspense movies we've watched so far have surreal climactic scenes that make us catch our breath, the adventure we had that fateful day had the same feel. It was not a promised scenario, what we were assured, was that everybody is going to have a blast. Thus, our cannabis dispensary escapade that day began...
  10. Recreational Marijuana Legislation Signed Into Law by the Colorado Governor

    Medical marijuana in Colorado In Colorado, there’s a new set of laws implemented to address issues, such as how recreational marijuana should be cultivated and sold, used as well as taxed. All of these were put into law by the Democrat Governor, John Hickenlooper last May 28, 2013. Accordingly, it’s the state’s attempt to curb all the negative effects recreational...

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