Social Marijuana Consumption in Denver?

Yesterday’s News – July 6, 2015   Initiative okayed by city, now time to gather signatures The city of Denver has approved final language for the Limited Social Marijuana Consumption Initiative, and advocates launched a petition drive Thursday to collect signatures to get the measure on the ballot. The new law would allow certain establishments […]

More Cannabis Reforms Coming for Denver?

Yesterday’s News – June 22, 2015     Pushing the envelope further in Colorado The same folks who brought you Amendment 64, which legalized the sale and use of recreational cannabis, are back at it again, fighting for the rights of the cannabis community. This time the dynamic duo, Mason Tvert of Marijuana Policy Project […]

“High Profits” Star Calls for Unity

Yesterday’s News – May 14, 2015     Can’t Weed All Get Along? Katherine Grimm of Clever Gent Consulting and “High Profits” fame published an opinion piece on CNN.com about the fractured state of the cannabis community, imploring industry professionals and advocates alike to get on the same page about policy. She illustrates how infighting […]

More Bipartisan Support for CARERS Act

Yesterday’s News – March 12, 2015     Recently introduced federal medical marijuana legislation would allow patients to breathe easier, even in states with legal recreational cannabis. In addition to reclassifying cannabis as a Schedule II substance (downgrading it from its current Schedule I status) and opening the doors for more research, the bill would […]