Gov. Jared Polis is ordering his administration to use state legislative and regulatory change to help increase the number of banks working with cannabis businesses by 20%.
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Congress is weighing whether to give marijuana businesses access to banks. In Colorado, that’s already happening.
As many as 35 banks are already offering financial services to the legal cannabis industry in Colorado, the state’s Bankers Association says, but they’re doing so under hushed circumstances and strict federal oversight
Colorado beer makers are expanding to cannabis beverages: “Down the road it could be as big as beer.”
Ska Brewing in Durango and Left Hand Brewing in Longmont are teaming with cannabis companies to make seltzers with THC or CBD
A change to Colorado’s DUI testing system has stoked fears of dropped cases and could shutter a private business
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is expected to be flooded with DUI testing requests from law enforcement agencies now that it offers the tests for free, an onslaught it admits it might not be ready to handle
Where does Colorado’s marijuana tax money go? The state made a flow chart to answer the $1 billion question
Colorado's $6.5 billion cannabis industry now has almost 3,000 licensed marijuana businesses and more than 40,000 people who are licensed to work in them
As states like Colorado legalize recreational marijuana, medical cannabis patients drop dramatically
Colorado has seen a 19% decline in medical marijuana cardholders since 2014, which is when recreational cannabis first started being sold
Polis signs into law bills on marijuana delivery, social use and investment that will change the pot industry
The slate of legislation represents an expansion of people's ability to purchase pot and consume it in Colorado, all while allowing for more investment in the industry
Authorities raid 247 Colorado homes, seize more than 80,000 marijuana plants in years-long operation targeting black market pot
State and federal officials said the nearly three-year investigation showed that illegal marijuana trafficking mushroomed after voters approved recreational use in 2012
Did the Colorado Supreme Court just throw the state’s marijuana-legalization regime into question? The chief justice seems to think so.
A case about drug-sniffing dogs could turn into a watershed moment in Colorado marijuana law. Or not. Legal experts are split.
The Democratic state legislature is advancing measures to expand the availability of marijuana and where it can be consumed