September 2017

Starting Sunday, you’ll no longer be allowed to buy gummy bear-shaped cannabis edibles in Colorado. That’s because the state’s ban on “child-friendly” edible shapes will be going into effect this weekend. In addition to the gummy bear form, other shapes like fruits, cartoons, humans, and animals will all be banned. Moreover, manufacturers will not be […]

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Since cannabis is illegal as far as the United States federal government is concerned, the Food and Drug Administration, a.k.a. the FDA, cannot actually regulate devices related to its consumption. While cannabis is classified as Schedule I alongside heroin, tobacco certainly isn’t. The vaporizer devices that many use to consume nicotine-infused e-liquids are oftentimes used […]

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LONG BEACH, Calif. — California’s emerging marijuana industry is being rattled by an array of unknowns, as the state races to issue its first licenses to grow and sell legal recreational pot on Jan. 1. “We all have anxiety,” top state pot regulator Lori Ajax told an industry group yesterday. “It’s not going to be […]

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Burns has a different story, having working on cultivations in the Pacific Northwest before Colorado legalized recreational pot, even voting for Amendment 64 in a mail-in ballot from Humboldt County, California, in 2012. After a successful transition from California’s “Golden Triangle” of outdoor pot to Colorado’s heavily regulated market, he’s helped turned Sweet Grass into […]

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Log Lane Village Trustee Shawn Greenwell got something he was not expecting out of the town hall meeting Wednesday night about the possibility of allowing more marijuana-related businesses into the town. Amy Fuentes offered the possibility of the company she was representing, SoHi Cannabis Co., setting up a stand-along cannabis cultivation operation, rather than also […]

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