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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...

Libertarian leanings forge unexpected, bipartisan bonds

While the political realities of a split legislature — Dems dominating the House and GOP the Senate — have spawned a legion of fascinating, impassible bills known as "The Walking Dead," a second, more philosophical divide had yielded unexpected bipartisan bright spots this session.

#Coleg Notebook: Funding the felony DUI, and voting on pot taxes...

Funding the felony DUI  With only $5 million in new spending available to each legislative chamber because of this year's expected TABOR (Taxpayer Bill of...

Washington medical Green with envy as Colorado moves to retail

Shy Sadis is the owner and founder of The Joint, one of Seattle's dankest medical marijuana outfits. He's been in the business 4 years and owns 5 stores. He's looking to expand to California, Nevada, Colorado and — of course — into the recreational market slated to open this spring in Washington. That last one might be the trickiest.

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.

Photos: Legal Weed Day, New Year’s Colorado 2014

oughly 40 shops in Colorado licensed to sell marijuana for recreational use for the first time ever in the United States sold a lot of pot to a lot of happy adults on New Year's Day. Customers waited in lines in towns all across the state.

Anti-tax pot activists host spliff-giveaway for flood victims

BOULDER, Colo. -- Activists opposed to a state initiative aimed at taxing recreational marijuana, has organized a flood-damage relief event Monday on the Pearl Street Mall at which they'll hand out free joints, from 11 a.m. "until they run out."