Joey BunchJoey BunchFebruary 13, 20186min4591
Blame Cory Gardner. Democrats have been doing that for a while, but now U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is down on the senator from Colorado, claiming the fellow Republican is using pot to trip up the Justice Department. On Tuesday Gardner wasn’t backing down. Gardner is blocking Trump nominees over Sessions’ decision in January to […]

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Mike McKibbinMike McKibbinFebruary 21, 20178min317

Colorado's perceived "cash cow" of tax revenue is still going strong three years after adult recreational use of marijuana began, but members of Denver City Council were told to expect that revenue to likely level off in the years ahead. Adam Orens, a founding partner of the Marijuana Policy Group, was one of three officials to brief the council's Special Issues Committee on the latest information regarding medical and recreational marijuana use since state voters approved constitutional amendments in 2000 and 2012, respectively. Orens cited figures from a National Survey of Drug Use and Health and a survey by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment that focused on 2014 and 2015.