Pot consultant: Legal pot will work only if police target black market

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WASHINGTON:  The stated goal of Washington’s new marijuana law is to stop treating adult pot use as a crime. But Washington’s pot consultant says this experiment in legalization will only work if the police aggressively target the black market. And he’s concerned that won’t happen. The sponsors of Initiative 502 were clear. They said it Read the full article…

No "Joe Camels" Of Pot, But Pot Candy Still Okay

No Joe Camels of Pot, but candy is dandy

By Amy Radil WASHINGTON: In draft rules filed Wednesday,  the Washington State Liquor Control Board laid out new regulations for advertising, packaging and labeling marijuana. The rules forbid ads by Joe Camel-type cartoon characters. But they don’t restrict marijuana-infused gummy bears. After the state issued its initial round of marijuana regulations in May, drug abuse experts Read the full article…

Colorado Springs Council Gets Earful on Pros, Cons of Retail Marijuana Sales

Medbox is a leader in the development, sales and service of automated, biometrically controlled dispensing and storage systems for medicine and merchandise.

COLORADO: Colorado Springs City Council hosted a town hall meeting to talk about pot and about 60 people signed up to speak. But first the council heard from 19 community leaders, who spoke for more than two hours on the pros and cons of opening marijuana stores in the city.

Colorado Springs Council Gets Earful on Pros, Cons of Retail Marijuana Sales

Medbox is a leader in the development, sales and service of automated, biometrically controlled dispensing and storage systems for medicine and merchandise.

COLORADO: Colorado Springs City Council hosted a town hall meeting to talk about pot and about 60 people signed up to speak. But first the council heard from 19 community leaders, who spoke for more than two hours on the pros and cons of opening marijuana stores in the city.