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Coffee Shop Wants to Be Denver’s First Legal Cannabis Club

Colorado's largest city is reviewing the first application from a business seeking to be among the nation's first legal marijuana clubs.

280E Tax Reform Effort Still Alive, Senator Says

A Colorado Republican behind the measure said he’s still promoting it as the House and Senate hammer out differences between their tax bills.

Guess Which Industry Didn’t Get a Break in the Tax Bill

The final GOP tax bill—which is forecast to cost $1.4 trillion over the next decade—proceeded without so much as a vote on two cannabis amendments.

Proposed Tax Amendments Would Benefit Cannabis Industry

Cannabis industry leaders say it’s imperative that supporters contact their US senators to push for a pair of cannabis-friendly amendments to the Republican tax bill.

One Strain Five Ways: Sour Diesel in Colorado

From pre-rolled joints to concentrates, edibles to cannabis tinctures, use this list to find your new favorite Sour Diesel product in Colorado.

One Strain Five Ways: Sour Diesel

We combed through everything from pre-roll packs to whole-plant extracts in WA, OR, CA, CO, and NV to help you find your new favorite take on Sour D.

Where Are They Now: Legalization Leaders 5 Years After the Vote

Five years ago today, Colorado and Washington passed the nation's first adult-use legalization laws. We caught up with the leaders who made it happen.

On Legalization’s 5th Anniversary, Here’s What We’ve Learned

On Nov. 6, 2012, Colorado and Washington voters passed America's first adult-use laws. These 7 data sets show why the sky didn't fall.

‘No Significant Issues’ With Legalization, Says Colorado Health Official

In a CBC radio interview, Dr. Larry Wolk reassured Canadians about the coming legal era.

What Can Canada Learn from US Legalization?

From underage access to enforcement costs, Canada’s swimming in concerns around legalized cannabis. Drawing on data from the US, Leafly addresses each of Canada’s primary fears.

Colorado Hits Billion Dollar Sales Mark in Nine Months

Sales continue to increase year-over-year: It took the state 10 months to reach $1 billion in sales in 2016.

With Plans to Sell CBD Nationwide, Lucky’s Market Charts Legal Gray Area

“This is just about the grayest of gray areas as far as federal law and policy,” said Vincent Sliwoski, a cannabis attorney and law professor. “I think the DEA’s even confused about it.”

80 Years Ago This Week, Marijuana Prohibition Began With These Arrests

Cannabis was federally outlawed 80 years ago, and two Denver men happened to be the first Drug War victims. Here are their stories.

Study Finds Top 5 Causes of Cannabis-Related Emergency Visits

A new review determined the most common causes of cannabis-related emergency department visits. Here are the top five.

Cannabis Legalization Boosts Property Values, Study Says

Single family residences within 0.1 miles of Colorado retail cannabis establishments saw an extra 8.4% boost in value.

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