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Marijuana buds and one hundred Canadian bank notes ($C100) are arranged for a photograph in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. For 11 years, Brent Zettl and Prairie Plant Systems Inc. cornered the market for government-approved medical marijuana in Canada.
At least three influential officials at the state agency that regulates marijuana business have found work doing cannabis industry consulting after leaving the division, the latest sign of the industry's growing allure in Colorado. All three
Colorado clarified its marijuana packaging requirements Monday, extending to medical pot the same restrictions in place for recreational pot. Gov. John Hickenlooper, who signed the bill into law, called it an important clarification to make sure
A California lawmaker has introduced legislation to regulate the state's freewheeling medical marijuana industry the farmers who grow the drug, the hundreds of storefront shops that sell it and especially the doctors who write recommendations
Call it a very conditional Valentine's Day gift from the federal government to marijuana entrepreneurs in Washington and Colorado. The Justice and Treasury departments on Friday outlined the new policy to federal prosecutors and financial
Some of the sharpest barbs came from visiting narcotics officers from California. I was told that we hadn't learned anything from California that you can't do anything to regulate marijuana, said Matt Cook, a retired Colorado Springs police officer
Former DEA Agent Patrick Moen whose career with the Drug Enforcement Administration went up in smoke when he joined the lucrative legal marijuana industry isn't likely to spark an exodus from the agency, former colleagues say. Moen, 36, quit his post
L awyers who assist clients with legal matters related to the marijuana industry may be in violation of ethical rules, according to an opinion issued by the Colorado Bar Association. The opinion, issued in April 2012, is gaining attention in the
On Jan. 1, Colorado becomes the first place anywhere in the world to allow legal marijuana sales to anybody over 21 for any purpose...Since the voter-approved Amendment 64 (ah, there it is) went into effect on Dec. Rolling Stone magazine has put it, "
On New Year's Day in Colorado, state-licensed marijuana stores will begin selling pot purely for pleasurable consumption. Colorado, already home to the nation's most regulated medical marijuana industry, expects to open its first two dozen stores