Amendment 64


Wed February 27, 2013

"Too High to Drive" Bill Clears First Committee

The Equinest Creative Commons

Marijuana driving limits have won unanimous approval in a Colorado legislative committee. Lawmakers from both parties say voters who want pot to be treated like alcohol should accept similar blood limits for drivers.

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Thu January 31, 2013
Arts & Life

Mewes Speaks: ‘Jay’ On Marijuana, Sobriety, And Getting Old

Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes in 'Jay and Silent Bob Get Old'
Anirudh Koul Creative Commons/Flickr

Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith – widely known as stoner icons Jay and Silent Bob – are bringing their popular (and very raunchy) live podcast to Boulder Friday.

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Mon January 28, 2013

Hemp Gets The Green Light In New Colorado Pot Measure

Originally published on Mon January 28, 2013 8:13 am

Hemp products for sale in Washington, D.C., in 2010. The U.S. is the world's largest consumer of hemp products, although growing hemp is illegal under federal law. Colorado recently passed a measure that legalizes growing hemp.
Tim Sloan AFP/Getty Images

With recreational marijuana now legal in Colorado, small-scale pot shops will open up soon in places like Denver and Boulder. But that's not the only business that could get a boost: Large-scale commercial farmers may also be in line to benefit.

Why? When Colorado voters legalized marijuana last November, they also legalized hemp.

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Fri December 14, 2012


Mon December 10, 2012

Governor Signs Recreational Marijuana into Colorado Law: Read it Here

Governor John Hickenlooper
State of Colorado

Governor John Hickenlooper has formally signed off on Amendment 64, making it legal for Coloradans over 21 to possess small amounts of marijuana without a doctor’s recommendation.

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