Colorado’s top federal prosecutor says banks working with marijuana industry have “no carve out” from prosecutions
U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn says his office has never prosecuted a bank working with the legal cannabis industry -- or a pot business operating legally under state law, for that matter. But that doesn’t mean they are in the clear
Congress is weighing whether to give marijuana businesses access to banks. In Colorado, that’s already happening.By Jesse Paul Business Primary category in which blog post is published
Opinion: I worked for Gov. Hickenlooper. Is America ready for his version of progressive leadership?By Michael Anthony Crews Opinion
Polis signs into law bills on marijuana delivery, social use and investment that will change the pot industryBy The Associated Press Business Primary category in which blog post is published
Authorities raid 247 Colorado homes, seize more than 80,000 marijuana plants in years-long operation targeting black market potBy The Associated Press Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s new U.S. attorney agrees with rescinding of Cole Memo, says “jury is still out” on enforcement around marijuana concentrates
Jason Dunn, a President Donald Trump appointee, said his views of cannabis are much like those of his predecessors -- which would mean little impact on the state’s legal marijuana industry
Cory Gardner, Joe Neguse revive effort to prevent federal interference in the state-legal cannabis industry
Members of Congress reintroduced the STATES Act Thursday at a small news conference outside the nation's Capitol. Will the cannabis reform darling pass on its second attempt?
Owners of a Denver marijuana business plead guilty in the first local prosecution of a legal pot enterprise in the U.S.
Matthew Aiken, Christian Johnson and Anthony Sauro will serve one year in prison followed by a year of parole
Colorado’s new attorney general plans legal action against Trump administration over health care, citizenship question
Phil Weiser says “there is going to be an ongoing opportunity for us to join a range of lawsuits that are protecting our Colorado way of life (and) our population and standing up for the rule of law.”
Colorado currently allows people to petition courts to remove marijuana offenses, including possession, from their records
Costs, regulations pushing legitimate marijuana grow operations to be more efficient, but illicit grows still consume 75 percent of the energy used to cultivate pot
Six years after marijuana legalization, Colorado still hasn’t figured out what to do with pot-sniffing dogs
The Colorado Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday about whether an alert from a dog trained to smell marijuana creates probable cause for a search
Denver officials want to clear some 10,000 low-level marijuana convictions, following in Boulder County’s footsteps
San Francisco, San Diego and Seattle announced their similar efforts early this year. Boulder County prosecutors just days ago made their plans public.