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Pot-policy party: International delegation tours dispensaries, talks regulations

Denver, now a leading location in the legal pot trade, is promoting its expertise to a 50-person international delegation this week.

Boulder County prosecutor dropping marijuana cases

Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett announced today via Twitter that his office would drop all pending prosecutions of adults for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and/or possession of marijuana paraphernalia.

In the weeds: Fed response to Colorado vote to legalize marijuana...

Washington and Oregon both have measures similar to Colorado’s Amendment 64 on the ballot this year. It is unknown how the federal government will respond if any or all of them pass. The feds could respect the decision of voters, they could try to block implementation of some parts of the law, or they could shut down dispensaries and arrest people involved in the wholesale and retail ends of the business.

Marijuana in Colorado: From the black market to the corner store

There is no question that keeping marijuana illegal comes at a price. There are no easy answers when it comes to how high that price is, though.

Future shock: What happens if Colorado legalizes pot?

If Amendment 64 passes, it will become almost immediately legal under Colorado law for adults to possess, grow, consume and give away up to an ounce of marijuana. It may take more than a year, however, before adults can purchase marijuana legally in a store.

Colorado marijuana initiative gets huge cash infusion

The national Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) announced today that it is contributing at least $694,000 to the Initiative to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, also known as Amendment 64.

Marijuana legalization measure will be on Colorado ballot

This November Colorado voters will get to vote on at least one initiative to legalize possession of small amounts of marijuana by adults.