Feds Raid Denver-Area Marijuana Dispensaries And Grow Operations

A law enforcement officer walks past a pile of marijuana seized during a raid at Swiss Medical in Boulder, Colorado November 21, 2013.

COLORADO: Federal authorities Thursday morning were executing search and seizure warrants at multiple Denver-area medical marijuana facilities, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. The raids are occurring at both medical marijuana dispensaries and at warehouses where pot is grown. At one raid in Boulder, a pile of seized marijuana lay in the snow like Christmas Read the full article…

2013 International Drug Policy Reform Conference In Celebratory Mood Following Recent Cannabis Achievements

“We haven’t won. Not only because it’s only two states out of fifty, but because it’s only one issue out of many. Marijuana legalization ain’t enough.”

COLORADO: The dust has now settled on the Drug Policy Alliance’s International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Denver last month – attended by three Transform staff as well as a more than a 1,000 drug policy experts and activists from around the world. The conference is held every two years and chance had it that this year it Read the full article…

2013 International Drug Policy Reform Conference In Celebratory Mood Following Recent Cannabis Achievements

“We haven’t won. Not only because it’s only two states out of fifty, but because it’s only one issue out of many. Marijuana legalization ain’t enough.”

COLORADO: The dust has now settled on the Drug Policy Alliance’s International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Denver last month – attended by three Transform staff as well as a more than a 1,000 drug policy experts and activists from around the world. The conference is held every two years and chance had it that this year it Read the full article…

Dispatch From Denver: What’s Next In The Fight For Pot Legalization?

At the International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Colorado, activists from all over the world celebrated recent wins and made plans for the future.

COLORADO: Halfway through the International Drug Policy Reform Conference in late October, I found myself sitting on a bus among delegates from Japan, Russia and Canada. We had been invited to a “mobile workshop,” involving visits to two of the city’s marijuana businesses. One year after Colorado passed Amendment 64, a historic ballot measure legalizing marijuana, Read the full article…

Marijuana Legalization Could Suffer A Setback In Weed-Friendly Colorado

Homeowners in a Vancouver Island community are raising a stink about a medical marijuana grow operation they say is driving down their property values.

COLORADO:  The ACLU has come out against proposed regulations in Denver, Colorado that would criminalize use of the legal drug by making the “smell” of marijuana illegal. These unconstitutional rules create an environment where people are can possess the drug, but still may face legal consequences.

Denver City Councilwoman Calls Marijuana Ordinance 'An Attempt To Nullify Much Of Amendment 64'

Mayor Michael Hancock and Denver City Council don't want to even smell marijuana.

COLORADO:  As I noted last week, Denver’s proposed marijuana ordinance not only criminalizes smoking pot in your own backyard if other people can see or smell it; it also makes it illegal to “possess” or “transport” marijuana “within any park, parkway, mountain park or other recreational facility.”

Preview: International Drug Policy Reform Conference In Denver Next Week

Hallway of the Garden Viewing Corridor where buyers can watch the product grow at the 3-D Denver's Discreet Dispensary in Denver.

COLORADO: The first retail sale of recreational marijuana in Colorado has yet to be rung up, but the state is already reaping some convention business as a result of its groundbreaking reforms of drug laws.

Preview: International Drug Policy Reform Conference In Denver Next Week

Hallway of the Garden Viewing Corridor where buyers can watch the product grow at the 3-D Denver's Discreet Dispensary in Denver.

COLORADO: The first retail sale of recreational marijuana in Colorado has yet to be rung up, but the state is already reaping some convention business as a result of its groundbreaking reforms of drug laws.

Denver Ordinance Could Make Smell Of Marijuana Illegal

Mayor Michael Hancock and Denver City Council don't want to even smell marijuana.

COLORADO: A new city ordinance being considered in Denver could make the smell of marijuana, or even just the sight of someone smoking marijuana, illegal if it can smelled or seen by others.