Time to Participate in the MED Summer Legislation

By |June 30th, 2017|

This summer you have a chance to be part of the brainstorm for 2017 rule making as well as legislation. The MED (Marijuana Enforcement Division) allows public input in the five meetings scheduled for this summer. We mentioned in a previous blog that the MED will allow license changes and will accept new license applications. […]

Colorado Attorney General Works with DEA on Toker Poker Bust

By |June 28th, 2017|

Today in Denver Colorado the Attorney General Cynthea Coffman did exactly what Colorado marijuana business owners don’t want to see. She and several law enforcement divisions throughout Colorado colluded with the DEA. They worked together¬† to serve up the so called “Toker Poker” bust. This bust wasn’t just in Colorado. The accused are from several […]

This Ain’t Your Daddy’s Pot a Question of Potency

By |June 22nd, 2017|

Hopefully you are as sick of reading that headline as I am. For years we’ve been hearing about how much stronger our pot is than it was in the 1960s and 1970s. It’s certainly true but how much stronger is it? First of all let me clear up an important aspect of this comparison. According […]

The Party of Five Rule

By |June 20th, 2017|

The definition of where a Denver resident can legally smoke marijuana still is not clear. Last month in May Denver lawmakers set out to define rules for public smoking. The “Party of Five Rule” is as close as they came. Like many things in Denver Government this fizzled out at the zero hour. Denver lawmakers […]

Cops Use Marijuana Tax for DUI Training in Colorado

By |June 15th, 2017|

The local Colorado police forces use tax revenue from marijuana for stoned driver identification training. That’s correct the cops are taking money from marijuana consumers and subsequently using it to lock those same consumers up. DUI numbers for marijuana are rising by the day in legal states. Colorado police used $1,168,000 of marijuana tax in […]