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The True Story of Two Drifters Who Became Cannabis Pioneers

After the recent election, marijuana is now legal in some form in 25 states. Colorado, of course, was a trendsetter in this regard, legalizing...

Wiretap: Oligarchy: Why Ohio failed to legalize pot

Not pot In Ohio, voters overwhelmingly reject legalizing pot. So how can both sides be happy with the result? Hint: It starts with the word...

Coloradans enjoyed Wednesday’s pot-tax Holiday – here’s why and how

Coloradans enjoyed Wednesday's pot-tax holiday, even if understanding TABOR – the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights which allowed for the tax-free day at recreational dispensaries...

CPAC Cruz: Applauds Colorado pot legalization

Firebrand conservative U.S. Senator and 2016 presidential hopeful Ted Cruz is not a fan of legal weed, he told Fox News host Sean Hannity...

Holder wrong, Obama could pull pot out of legal limbo

Colorado's Amendment 64 made recreational pot legal in the state last year but marijuana remains an illegal on the federal level. That's a problem...

Listen up, America: 12 lessons from Colorado’s first year of legal...

We've hounded the experts while on holiday to bring you an invaluable list drawn from the nation's latest greatest experiment in permissibility: Here's a dozen Colorado-legalized-it...

Chris Christie in Colorado to campaign for Bob Beauprez

  DENVER — New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took a tour of downtown Denver today with Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez.  The pair stopped off at...

Bipartisan shooting range approaches; pot representative to join DUI task force;...

Notes from the 90th day of the 2014 legislative session.

Wait times down for recreational marijuana across Denver

On the third day of recreational pot, though wait times are down for some stores, people are still queuing to get weed across Denver.

Coloradans like civil unions, legal pot, Udall

Results of a recent survey (pdf) bolster evidence that Coloradans by a wide majority support same-sex civil unions. The news comes in the wake of a standoff at the statehouse last month in which House Republicans killed a bill that would have established civil unions here. The pollster, Raleigh-based Public Policy Polling, tied the data on civil unions to the fact that the Republican Party in Colorado seems to be steadily losing support.