Colorado Hashes Out Weed Advertising Rules

Colorado weed vendors will be able to advertise on statewide television, radio, and newspapers, though they'll be subject to certain constraints.

COLORADO: The Colorado Department of Revenue this week released a 136-page document detailing how the state will regulate retail sales and marketing of recreational marijuana.The document, published Tuesday, makes clear that weed vendors will be able to advertise on statewide television, radio, and newspapers, though they’ll be subject to certain constraints. Both Colorado and Washington decriminalized the recreational use of Read the full article…

In Colorado, Biz and labor support tax on recreational marijuana

“Our idea and hope is to get some of the constituent groups that might have been at odds during the Amendment 64 debate, and get them to come together with this,” explained Singer.

COLORADO: With less than three months before Colorado voters decide whether to tax recreational marijuana for schools and enforcement, proponents are only just sparking the proposition.

Colorado's weed problems could spell trouble for marijuana legalization

It’s had one hearing before the House Health and Human Services Committee, but no vote had been scheduled as of late Monday afternoon.

COLORADO: At first glance, Colorado’s medical marijuana industry seems like an unmitigated success story. Hundreds of dispensaries and grow houses have sprouted up since the state began taxing weed sales three years ago, bringing in millions of dollars in extra revenue. Colorado’s fiscal windfall has led many to herald its program as a model for other states to Read the full article…

Buzz-kill: Denver proposes 5% tax on marijuana sales

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

COLORADO:  Remember when marijuana activists argued that legalized pot could help control budget deficits by reducing police costs and raising tax revenues?  Putting that into practice in Denver has proven a bit difficult.  Advocates for legalization are now balking at a 5% tax on marijuana purchases, possibly going to 10% to match the state’s taxes on Read the full article…

Buzz-kill: Denver proposes 5% tax on marijuana sales

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

COLORADO:  Remember when marijuana activists argued that legalized pot could help control budget deficits by reducing police costs and raising tax revenues?  Putting that into practice in Denver has proven a bit difficult.  Advocates for legalization are now balking at a 5% tax on marijuana purchases, possibly going to 10% to match the state’s taxes on Read the full article…