Edibles in Colorado have been under attack since the cannabis-infused treats became legal to sell and consume for recreational purposes earlier this year. Today, Colorado health authorities will recommend the formation of a state commission that would have to give “pre-market approval” before any infused food or drinks can be sold to the public, according to an interdepartmental memo obtained by the Associated Press.
A Colorado high school went on lockdown Friday after a student’s gravity bong “released smoke in a classroom,” the Denver Post said.
I don’t know what’s more interesting, that one thick exhale of smoke could warrant an entire high school to go on lockdown, or that a student actually managed to sneak a gravity bong into his classroom and hit it. Did he carry it in a bucket? Did he quickly MacGyver one in a classroom sink? This story raises more questions than answers.
Halloween in Colorado wasn’t nearly as scary as the media and police said it would be—at least not for the same reasons.
October 31st came and went with no instances of marijuana poisoning in children reported, according the Children’s Hospital Colorado, in spite of the month-long media blitz warning parents of the danger of people giving their costumed children weed candy for Halloween instead of real candy.
The state of Colorado and the Internet in general were in an uproar yesterday when the Colorado Department of Health and Safety called for a ban of almost all marijuana edibles just ten months after the state made the groundbreaking decision to legalize all forms of recreational marijuana. The recommendation was made to a group of legislators working on a Colorado House bill that will place technical and specific restrictions on the sale of edibles in the state.
Yet another Colorado gubernatorial candidate has put his foot in his mouth about the legalization of marijuana. At least this time it’s a republican.
During a debate Thursday in Fort Collins, Colorado, between current Gov. John Hickenlooper (D)—who just last week made headlines for calling legalization “reckless”—and challenger Bob Beauprez (R), Beauprez said he thinks voters should consider repealing marijuana legalization.
The Colorado Symphony Orchestra partnered with Bhang Medicinal Chocolates to create the first Classically Cannabis series in attempt to appeal to a younger audience. Walker attended the season's finale, "Red Rocks on a High Note," and his description of it will make you want to get high and listen to classical music like never before.