Democratic Gov. Jared Polis signed legislation, House Bill 1028, expanding the pool of patients qualified to access medical cannabis to include those with autism spectrum disorder. The measure also mandates the state Board of Health to prioritize grant funding to study the use of cannabis for autism and other pediatric conditions.
Colorado Senate Bill 184 would provide for the legal operation of marijuana social clubs. Denver voters approved a social use initiative during the last election. Senate Bill 184 would be a bit different from that initiative from what I understand, and would allow the extension of social use to the [read more]
The year 2016 was a complicated one for many people, but it was clearly a banner year for marijuana. The number of legal states jumped to eight as Massachusetts, Maine, Nevada and California joined Colorado, Washington, Oregon and Alaska with legal marijuana. Of course the number is 9 if you [read more]
The Cannabis Business Alliance (CBA) has released a statement in support of Denver Ballot initiative 300, Denver’s Neighborhood-Supported Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program, which is designed to provide adults safe, supervised spaces for Cannabis consumption in traditional social environments. “When Colorado residents overwhelmingly approved Amendment 64, they voted to have Cannabis [read more]