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Las Vegas Officials Waiting for Denver to Act on Cannabis Lounges

After you, Denver: Clark County leaders will wait until the Mile High City approves the nation's first marijuana clubs.

How to Get a “Social Marijuana Use” License in Denver

Denver's program allows public consumption of cannabis at everything from yoga studios to coffee shops to street fairs—if applicants can manage the application process.

Elevation Gain: Leafly’s Guide to the 6 Best High Hikes in Colorado

Colorado tends to be every outdoor lover's dream, so spark one up and hit the trails as you explore this breathtaking state.

Denver to Start Licensing First Cannabis Clubs, but Few May Apply

Denver is on the brink of licensing some of the nation's first legal cannabis clubs, but elaborate regulatory hurdles may mean the city gets few takers for the new licenses.

The Spark: Best Colorado Art Walks to Enjoy While High

Cannabis is the perfect tool to elevate the mind and induce creativity. Have some on hand while you explore the best art walks in Colorado.

Colorado Court: Cannabis Smell Not Enough to Search Car

Drug-sniffing police dogs in Colorado may need new training if they can detect marijuana, after a Colorado Court of Appeals ruling that sets a new precedent.

Dispensary Next Conference and Expo

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Officials with authority over the Las Vegas Strip on Tuesday decided to wait until the city of Denver approves the nation’s…

As Cannabis Comes Out of Black Market, Regulators Face Scrutiny

Recent cases in Colorado and Washington are the first known instances of current or former cannabis regulators being accused of having improper dealings.

Colorado Cannabis Market Funds Busts of Illegal Growers

Colorado notched another cannabis first Thursday when the state began using marijuana taxes to fund efforts to crack down on illegal cultivation.

Court: Neighbors Can Sue Cannabis Grower for Smells

The 10th US Circuit Court of Appeals decision is "a tremendous victory for opponents of the marijuana industry," a Washington lawyer said.

Colorado Governor Signs PTSD Cannabis Bill Into Law

After a hard-fought effort by veterans groups and patient advocates, Colorado has added post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a qualifying condition for medical cannabis.

Trash Talk: 4/20 Organizers Forced to Step Up Their Garbage Game

As rallies grow into huge festivals, organizers find they can't rely only on volunteers anymore.

A Quick Guide to Denver’s Proposed Cannabis Club Rules

No alcohol, show your ID, and you'll need to sign a waiver. Also, the venue's neighbors have to be cool with the idea.

These Are the 5 Best High Brunches in Denver

We visited the Mile High City to track down the five best high brunches citywide. Looking for the best bacon after a blunt? We've got you covered.

A ‘Higher’ Calling: Inside Denver’s International Church of Cannabis

A Colorado religious non-profit organization aims to educate and enlighten those who believe the use of cannabis as a sacrament can simulate ascension to a higher state of being.

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