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Weed Town, USA: How Marijuana Rescued the Town of Trinidad, Colorado

By | June 18th, 2018|Colorado, Culture, economy|

In the late 1800s, it was a coal mining boomtown once frequented by infamous Old West characters like Doc Holliday and Wyatt Earp. In the late 1900s, it was known as the “Sex Change Capital of the World” due to the large number of gender reassignment procedures being performed in town at the time. Today, [...]

The 15 Best Marijuana Dispensaries in Denver

By | June 12th, 2018|Colorado, denver, dispensaries|

Welcome to Denver—ground zero of the green rush. At the end of the first year of recreational cannabis sales in 2014, there were 147 licensed retail stores in Colorado. Cut to five years later and it’s hard to imagine that cannabis was once illegal here, with 529 licensed retail stores in the state (as of [...]

Governor of Colorado Rejects Medical Marijuana for Autism Treatment

By | June 6th, 2018|autism, children, Colorado, featured, News|

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is on his way out of office, leaving behind a record-setting trail of vetoed legislation, The Gazette reports. During a Tuesday bill-signing ceremony, Hickenlooper suggested would be his last, the governor passed on HB 1263, which would have added autism spectrum disorder as a qualifying condition for the state’s medical cannabis [...]

School Nurses in Colorado Can Now Administer Medical Cannabis

By | June 5th, 2018|children, Colorado, Medical Marijuana, News, School|

Yet again, the state of Colorado is ahead of the curve—at least, in terms of increased access to medical marijuana. Thanks to a new bill, school nurses in Colorado can now administer medical cannabis, as long as parents give consent. School Nurses in Colorado Can Administer Medical Cannabis If Parents Give the OK Parents were [...]

Colorado Governor Vetoes Marijuana Tasting Room Bill

By | June 5th, 2018|Colorado, featured, News|

There’s no cannabis-specific equivalent to the phrase “close, but no cigar.” But what unfolded in Colorado governor John Hickenlooper’s office on Monday would have been as good a time as any to coin one. Colorado, one of the first states to legalize cannabis for adult use, almost earned another “first” this week. Namely, becoming the [...]

Study Finds Colorado Dispensaries Promoting Weed Use During Pregnancy

By | May 11th, 2018|Colorado, featured, News, pregnancy, study|

A recent study has found that some Colorado dispensaries are promoting cannabis use during pregnancy. Researchers posed as pregnant women looking for help with morning sickness. A majority of the dispensaries contacted recommended medical marijuana products, according to the study in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Torri Metz is a high-risk obstetrician at Denver [...]

Colorado’s Cannabis Tasting Room Bill Moves Forward to Governor

By | May 4th, 2018|Colorado, News|

Every cannabis connoisseur’s dream is about to come true, at least in Colorado. This week, legislators passed a bill that would let you smoke weed at dispensary-run locations. The only step left in making this giant leap in marijuana freedom is the governor’s approval. Marijuana Tasting Rooms Could Become A Reality Want to try sample some [...]

New Data Reveals Which Professions Attract The Most Weed Consumers

By | April 16th, 2018|Colorado, employment, jobs, News|

Public health officials in Colorado have just published the results of a recent survey aimed at learning more about people’s weed consumption habits. In particular, this study looked at the prevalence of cannabis use, broken down by various demographic categories including occupation. Interestingly, this new data reveals which professions attract the most weed consumers—at least [...]

Denver’s Cheba Hut Claps Back At Sonic’s Weed Intolerance

By | April 13th, 2018|Colorado, Culture, denver, News, Off the Wall|

This week in munchie fast food wars: Denver’s Cheba Hut claps back at Sonic’s weed intolerance. Last week, a Sonic drive-thru in Mississippi threatened not to serve blazed customers. And Cheba Hut won’t stand for discrimination against the stoned from other fast-food chains. We don’t know about you, but we’re stoked to hear that some fast food [...]

This Colorado Group Is Trying To Decriminalize Magic Mushrooms

By | March 8th, 2018|Colorado, denver, magic mushrooms, mental health, News, Psilocybin, psychedelics, Psychology|

Keeping up the momentum that cannabis legalization set, a Colorado group is trying to decriminalize magic mushrooms. Representatives of Colorado Psilocybin met with Denver city officials this week to discuss a possible ballot measure. The new law would eliminate penalties for small amounts of psychedelic mushrooms. Members of the group chanted “Free the spores!” while [...]