Tag "Colorado"

Creepy Contaminants Found in Colorado’s Marijuana

“It’s pretty startling just how dirty a lot of this stuff is,” said Andy LaFrate, president and director of research at Charas Scientific, in regards to Colorado’s marijuana, medicinal and recreational. LaFrate and his team were looking into potency of

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Stoned Comedians Are Ruining Shows in Colorado

I’m going to start this article off with some personal anecdotes. As a comedian, and a purveyor of the “green arts,” I feel  that it’s only appropriate. Toronto is a city with several marijuana lounges, each of which has its own

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$15-Million In Marijuana Taxes Going To Colorado Schools

Beginning in January 2014, legalization in Colorado, has brought the state such significant amounts of tax revenue, it has created a new job market, and cut back on black market-based criminal activity. Marijuana, then, as a commodity and business, is

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Money in the Pot: Colorado’s Made Too Much Money

A year after Colorado’s full legalization of marijuana, medical and recreational, the state has found that it’s made so much money that it may now have to give some back to its citizens. The $50-million in tax dollars made was

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High Tensions: Denver Airport Bans Pot Related Souvenirs

Since the legalization of recreational and medicinal marijuana in Colorado, the state has seen a large influx of tourism, as potheads from around the world, pilgrimage to North America’s pot-mecca. The state has seen mostly positive results following reform, which

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“Shattered” Lives: Preventing Explosions And Black Market Sales

On June 22nd, 2014, several people were charged in a case called “Operation Shatter,” following several explosions in Washinton residences caused by individuals attempting to produce their own marijuana extracts. In these instances, much property damage had been done, but more importantly

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DC Cops Say Legalization Would Make Their Job Easier

Finally! We’re finally at a point where law enforcement officials are in opposition to marijuana prohibition. As the American Capital heads for legalization of marijuana possession, Washington D.C. police chief Cathy Lanier is quoted as saying, “Marijuana possession has never been

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Don’t Puff Puff Pass

Washington recently legalized marijuana. Now you can enjoy the herb by yourself or with friends or loved ones, but you can’t pass them the joint. If you do pass the joint/bong/cookie/vaporizer that’s considered felony distribution in The Evergreen State. Even if you’re married

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Pot in the Pot: New Marijuana Cookbook

2014 was a big year for marijuana based-businesses and 2105 is proving to be even better. Following the legalization of recreation use of cannabis in four U.S. states, and medical marijuana legal in 23 states and the District of Columbia,

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A Good Problem? Too Much Pot in Washington

Everybody has a tolerance to weed. Every individual knows their limit and buys their herb accordingly. Sometimes you end up with a little more in your stash, and it lasts a little longer. What happens, though, when an entire state

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