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Traffic Fatalities Linked to Pot Are up Sharply in Colorado

Federal and state data show that the number of drivers involved in fatal crashes in Colorado who tested positive for marijuana has more than doubled since 2013. A Denver Post analysis of the data and coroner reports provides the most comprehensive look yet into whether roads in the state have become more dangerous since the […]

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Categories: Cannabis Research, Colorado, Crime, Enforcement

Calling All Marijuana Entrepreneurs: Shark Tank of Cannabis Wants You

Although more states have legalized recreational marijuana since Colorado became the first state to allow its sale, Colorado remains rich with some of the most innovative minds in the industry.On top of the nearly 1,500 licensed marijuana businesses in Colorado that actually touch the plant, there are hundreds of ancillary companies that work in consulting, […]

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Categories: Jobs, Marijuana Industry, marijuana sales, Nationwide

Cannabis Industry Deluged with Resumes from Millennials

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. — Growing up in a Colonial home in Downingtown, Alessandro Cesario cultivated an interest in the family garden, trying to become "in tune" with plants and insects, and by the time he was 16, he knew he wanted to work with plants in his career. Specifically, one plant: cannabis. So he spent four […]

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Categories: Economy, Jobs, Marijuana Industry

Colorado Defends Its Legal Marijuana Program In Strong Letter To Jeff Sessions

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) and Attorney General Cynthia Coffman (R)mounted a vigorous defense of their state's legalized and regulated marijuana program Thursday, replying to a critical letter from Attorney General Jeff Sessions that was directed at states that have legalized marijuana for recreational purposes. Hickenlooper and Coffman, ina response letterdated Thursday, tell Sessions that […]

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Categories: Colorado, DEA, Enforcement, Federal, Legalization, Legislation

Are You High? the Science of Testing for Marijuana Impairment Is Hazy, and Evolving

There was a time when marijuana was illegal everywhere and testing for it was as easy as could be. It didn't matter the level of cannabinoids found in a person's body. If it was there, they were breaking the law. It's different now. The tests have changed from depositing a urine sample into a cup […]

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Categories: Cannabis Research, Enforcement, Police

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