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.
By Spencer Ward With the passing of Easter, millions of Americans are already gearing up for the next big holiday: 420. There are few places in the world that get down like Denver, Colorado. If you call it home or happen to be traveling through, here’s your guide to the [read more]
Colorado voters legalized recreational marijuana in 2012, making Colorado one of the first states to legalize recreational marijuana in the United States. Washington also legalized in 2012. Colorado generally gets tagged with being first, likely because it’s in a different time zone. But whichever state you give the tie to, [read more]
In debating the Stoners Against Legalization about California’s Prop 64, one criticism they leveled regards its taxation of medical marijuana. Prop 64 is establishing a 15 percent excise tax and a $9.25 per ounce cultivation tax on all commercial marijuana transactions, both medical and recreational. Patients who get a new voluntary [read more]