Colorado Skiers Face New Marijuana Rules

COLORADO: Two weeks into the Colorado ski season, slopes have split in response to skiers and snowboarders toking on the hill.

Marijuana smokers could lose their ski passes or receive an indifferent shrug depending on where they hit the slopes this winter. For some, the different policies could add to the confusion that has followed Colorado’s legalization of recreational pot. [Read more…]

Colorado Skiers Face New Marijuana Rules

COLORADO: Two weeks into the Colorado ski season, slopes have split in response to skiers and snowboarders toking on the hill.

Marijuana smokers could lose their ski passes or receive an indifferent shrug depending on where they hit the slopes this winter. For some, the different policies could add to the confusion that has followed Colorado’s legalization of recreational pot. [Read more…]

Manitou Springs May Offer Final Hope For Pot Advocates

CALORADO: Manitou Springs, a community with strong hippie traditions, may become the final refuge in the Pikes Peak region for proponents of Colorado’s pro-recreational marijuana movement, at least when it comes to opening up cannabis shops. [Read more…]

Colorado announces rules for recreational pot sales

DENVER (AP) — Detailed rules for how recreational pot in Colorado should be grown and sold starting next year were released Monday.

The state department that will regulate marijuana released more than 60 pages of rules for how marijuana sales will be licensed and regulated. The Colorado Legislature set broad parameters earlier this year, but many nitty-gritty rules were left to the Department of Revenue. [Read more…]

Colorado announces rules for recreational pot sales

DENVER (AP) — Detailed rules for how recreational pot in Colorado should be grown and sold starting next year were released Monday.

The state department that will regulate marijuana released more than 60 pages of rules for how marijuana sales will be licensed and regulated. The Colorado Legislature set broad parameters earlier this year, but many nitty-gritty rules were left to the Department of Revenue. [Read more…]