retail marijuana

Colorado medical marijuana rules need many fixes

By The Denver Post Editorial Board 01/22/2015 Colorado's rules regarding medical marijuana should be brought in line to match those around recreational pot. It makes no sense, for example, that the state requires the testing of retail marijuana for contaminants, potency and homogeneity but not medical marijuana.

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Of Course Colorado Guesses It Will Cost $420 To Pull Marijuana PSA Records

Matt Ferner 01/21/2015 A recent records request targeting a new series of Colorado public service announcements on legal recreational marijuana has turned up the perfect cost -- $420, obviously.

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A wise call

the pueblo chieftain 01/21/2015 COSTILLA COUNTY Attorney Ed Lobato made the right call this week, when he advised the owner of the Southern Colorado Cannabis Club that the proposed pot shop was not — as of now — in the right spot.

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Wheat Ridge marijuana ordinances approved

Hugh Johnson 01/20/2015 Wheat Ridge city council approved a pair of ordinances — on first reading — pertaining to the regulation of marijuana businesses within the city. The ordinances address the establishment of a cap on the number of businesses allowed in the city and the co-location of retail and medicinal marijuana businesses.

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Medical marijuana revenues in Colorado in 2013: $328 million-plus

William Breathes 01/15/2014 After peaking for 2013 at 112,862 patients in August, the state medical marijuana registry went into a two-month decline, losing more than 2,000 patients by November, when the total was 110,785 registered medical marijuana users.

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Retail pot store is planted downtown

Chuck Slothower 01/21/201 Cheeba Chews and Pineapple Kush now are part of Durango’s historic Main Avenue. After a long gestation, Acceptus Group has opened a retail marijuana shop at 965½ Main Ave. The business, branded as Colorado Grow Co., is the first pot shop with a storefront on downtown Main Avenue.

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