DENVER — Colorado’s tourists aren’t just buying weed now that it’s legal — they’re ending up in emergency rooms at rates far higher than residents, according to a new study. Doctors reviewed marijuana-related emergency-room admissions at a hospital near Denver International Airport during 2014, when the sale of recreational pot became legal. The results will […]

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While more than half of the states allow some form of medical marijuana, the numbers of states that allow “legal” sales of recreational cannabis are still few. However, it is very clear by the surprisingly strong sales in Oregon, the latest state to sanction recreational sales, that marijuana offers states a business that will add […]

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A company that specializes in weed infused edibles has found a way to take the most delectable sandwich spread, the famed Nutella, and combine it with one of Colorado’s favorite recreational pastimes, marijuana. The creation, known as Chrontella, seems like a fictional product from a movie. However, Chrontella is a very real thing now, available […]

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In places where recreational and medical marijuana are legal, the edible business is booming — in 2014, Colorado sold almost 5 million edibles, according to Time. Marijuana edibles attract veteran stoners and 420 newbies alike. They provide a tasty, cough-free alternative to bongs and joints, and offer a novel high that can feel much different […]

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A company that specializes in weed infused edibles has found a way to take the most delectable sandwich spread, the famed Nutella, and combine it with one of Colorado’s favorite recreational pastimes, marijuana. The creation, known as Chrontella, seems like a fictional product from a movie. However, Chrontella is a very real thing now, available […]

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WOODLAND — A former UC Davis Fire Department captain turned Woodland business owner is facing criminal charges for allegedly selling marijuana out of his hydroponics store. But the attorney for Paul Brandon Fullerton Jr. and his wife Maricel, who also has been charged, says that Paul Fullerton — who retired from UCD in January 2014 […]

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By Ben Livingston, The Cannabist Staff When my eyes first feasted on the original Firefly vaporizer, it seemed like a bright red classic car. I imagined a ’65 Ford Mustang, but maybe you envision a ’57 Chevy or a Karmann Ghia or something else. As long as you picture radiant red paint and shiny chrome […]

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Former Chicago Bulls guard Jay Williams says that regular cannabis use is ubiquitous with the NBA. Years of using cannabis oil topically and observing ever-present cannabis use have led him to become a whistleblower. According to Williams, cannabis saved his life, and can help save the lives of countless others suffering from conditions like him. […]

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In this episode we travel to the South American country of Uruguay. In 2013, Uruguay became the first country in the world to completely legalize marijuana in a move that has since been dubbed the “great experiment.” While the legal cannabis is only provided to citizens, it’s still a great place to have a relaxed […]

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By Ben Neary, Associated Press CHEYENNE — Wyoming lawmakers are weighing how to regulate marijuana edibles that increasingly are coming in from neighboring Colorado and other places that have legalized adult marijuana possession and sales. A bill to make it a felony to possess more than 3 ounces of marijuana edibles died in the Wyoming […]

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West Virginia University’s College of Law held the first Strategic Cannabis Conference on Industrial and Medical Uses Thursday, inviting professionals to discuss creating the “Gold Standard” of cannabis in West Virginia. The event centered on utilizing cannabis agriculturally and medically to combat the state’s $380 million budget deficit, as well as the opioid epidemic and […]

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