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Study: Coloradoans Don’t Believe Marijuana Drugged Driving is Dangerous

Colorado police are having trouble convincing people that driving while the under the influence of marijuana is dangerous. But according to a recent study conducted by the Colorado Department of Transportation, most drivers have revealed they believe driving under the influence of cannabis is safer than driving under the influence of alcohol. The study, called…
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Law Offices of Clifton Black Voted One of Colorado’s Best Marijuana Lawyers

The Law Offices of Clifton Black is rated as having some of the best marijuana lawyers in Colorado. 10 Buds, an outlet dedicated to marijuana news and developments, has named the Law Offices of Clifton Black as some of the best marijuana lawyers in the state. “Marijuana laws and regulations at the state and local…
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Charlotte Figi Passes Away Due to Coronavirus

We are saddened to learn that COVID-19 has claimed the life of a 13-year-old child, Charlotte Figi. Charlotte is, perhaps, the person that has created the biggest paradigm shift in the world’s opinion on the cannabis plant. Charlotte suffered from Dravet syndrome, having suffered her first seizure at 3 months old. In her early childhood,…
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Cannabis promoter gets $4 million fine from SEC

Colorado is full of leaders in the marijuana industry thanks to the state’s early legalization of the plant. Some have used their position in the industry to mislead consumers unfortunately and have been met with harsh penalties. Jeffrey Friedland, a Colorado cannabis businessman, was fined $4.1 million by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission after…
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State tracking error leads to mold and recall of moldy marijuana

Nine marijuana dispensaries in Colorado issued recalls in November after the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division declared its tracking system showed incorrect testing statuses. Westword reports a METRIC software update caused a glitch in the system, resulting in the nine batches of marijuana flower and trim being sent around the state. METRIC is Colorado’s tracking system for…
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