On Monday the city and county of Denver launched a new informational website about marijuana as part of a public education effort in the run up to Jan. 1, 2014.
Sales of cannabis to adults over 21 begins on the New Year and the site hopes to “help residents, businesses and visitors understand what is and is not allowed under retail marijuana laws within the city,” the Denver Mayor’s office writes Monday.
Coloradoans legalized pot in Nov. 2012, but they didn’t just erase all the laws on the books. They replaced them with a bunch of rules for consumers, as well as sellers, growers and others. It’s gotten pretty confusing pretty fast, so we cut through the clutter with the ten most important things to know about Colorado’s new legal marijuana rules.
Federal and state authorities raided several medical marijuana facilities in the Denver area, the Post reports this afternoon. Officials targeted VIP Cannabis dispensary as well as several grow warehouses, authorities say. D.E.A., I.R.S. and the Denver police participated in the raids, and a DOJ spokesperson said they comport with the 2013 Ogden Memo.
Some folk'll never hate homosexuals and marijuana but then again some folk'll, like the voters of rural Colorado.
According to the AP, five counties on the state's Eastern Plains voted on Election Day to approve the creation of a 51st state -- a symbolic gesture to show how fed up they are with being forced to smoke gay liberal marijuana while their guns get taken away.