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In response to a letter from Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet, the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) committed to “be completely objective and dispassionate” in collecting scientific research to inform federal marijuana policy. This commitment follows a news report that the White House established a Marijuana Policy Coordination Committee to support misinformed conclusions on marijuana. On August […]
Multiple defendants in prison, convicted for last season’s grows on public lands DENVER — Federal authorities on Monday announced prosecution results from marijuana grows on federal public land last year as they prepare for this year’s marijuana harvest season. U.S. Attorney Bob Troyer, U.S. Forest Service Special Agent in Charge Kent Delbon, and Bureau of […]
A paint that conceals odors is being marketed in Colorado as a cannabis odor-blocking product. The paint, which was developed by Denver-based ECOBOND and is called OdorDefender, is designed to lock in the residue that builds up on walls and furniture — sometimes called third-hand smoke — in rooms where people smoke. “We don’t make typical […]
The cannabinoid research and development company has announced a lease agreement to move its company headquarters to the former GE manufacturing campus. Golden, Colorado—July 24, 2018—PRESS RELEASE—Boulder Botanical & Bioscience Labs, a seed-to-shelf business that researches and creates cannabinoid-based products, has announced the completion of a lease agreement with intent to purchase the former General […]
A deceased Colorado electrician’s family is being denied half their workers’ comp. death benefit because of THC found in the victim’s system, according to a The Denver Channel report. Electrician Adam Lee died while on the job at Loveland Ski Area. An autopsy revealed the presence of high levels of THC in his body but current tests […]
They used to get free or low-cost marijuana to help with their cancer in California. Not anymore. A rural California county legalized marijuana farms. It took their tax money–then voted to ban them. Can Los Angeles start a public pot bank? City study says costs could be “exorbitant.” Los Angeles has already netted millions in permitting fees from […]