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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 [...]

Is This Texas College Rejecting Students From Weed-Legal States?

By | March 1st, 2018|Athlete, college, Colorado, featured, News, teens, Texas|

The post Is This Texas College Rejecting Students From Weed-Legal States? appeared first on High Times. Despite the fact that medicinal cannabis legal in 29 states and recreational pot is permitted in nine states and the District of Columbia, there is still discrimination amongst its legal users, especially amongst educational institutions. Even in weed-legal states, [...]

Denver Will Soon Have Its First Legal Recreational Cannabis Club

By | February 27th, 2018|Business, coffee shops, Colorado, denver, News, pot clubs|

The post Denver Will Soon Have Its First Legal Recreational Cannabis Club appeared first on High Times. The evolution of Colorado’s weed scene is taking another step forward. Nearly six years after voters chose to legalize recreational marijuana, Denver will soon have its first legal recreational cannabis club. The development could introduce big changes on [...]

How Many Dispensaries Are In Each State?

By | February 12th, 2018|Beginner Tips, Best Dispensaries, California, Colorado, dispensaries, featured|

The post How Many Dispensaries Are In Each State? appeared first on High Times. How many dispensaries are in each state? With 29 states that all have some form of legalized marijuana, the number of dispensaries in the country is rapidly increasing to serve existing and emerging markets. States like California have recently implemented their [...]

For The First Time Ever, Marijuana Sales Top Liquor Sales in Aspen

By | February 9th, 2018|alcohol, Business, Colorado, featured, News|

The post For The First Time Ever, Marijuana Sales Top Liquor Sales in Aspen appeared first on High Times. The fateful day is finally here: For the first time ever, marijuana sales top liquor sales in Aspen. In 2017, marijuana dispensaries raked in a whopping $11.3 million in Aspen alone according to The Aspen Times. [...]

Is Colorado About To Release Prisoners With Marijuana Convictions?

By | February 7th, 2018|Colorado, criminal justice, legalization, News|

The post Is Colorado About To Release Prisoners With Marijuana Convictions? appeared first on High Times. Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper recently announced that he may release prisoners serving time for nonviolent, weed-related charges. With Colorado about to release prisoners with marijuana convictions, more and more states are exploring ways of granting leniency to people affected [...]

Why Are People Going To The Emergency Room Because of Pot?

By | January 25th, 2018|Colorado, Emergency Department, health, Hospitals, legalization|

The post Why Are People Going To The Emergency Room Because of Pot? appeared first on High Times. Cannabis legalization has improved the lives of many in the state of Colorado. However, we can’t ignore the fact that there have been some unintended consequences to lift of prohibition as well. The number of marijuana-related visits [...]

Colorado Proposes Marijuana Tracking System In New Bill

By | January 15th, 2018|Breaking, Colorado, featured, News, technology, Tracking System|

The post Colorado Proposes Marijuana Tracking System In New Bill appeared first on High Times. In Colorado, the legal cannabis industry is booming. Since the legalization of recreational marijuana back in 2012, the state has benefited in myriad ways. The government has used the tax revenue from legal pot sales to fund K-12 education and housing [...]