Weed Between the Lines

Is the DEA moving toward real change, or is it just...

When the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced on August 11 that they would not reschedule marijuana, which would have been an acknowledgement of its...

‘Pot is fun’ and other thoughts by Allen Ginsberg

With the fall equinox approaching, the second coming of the summer of love is coming to an end. The first summer of love was...

A big step forward for marijuana in Boulder

Since January, the Marijuana Advisory Panel (MAP) has considered the City of Boulder’s cannabis laws, codes and regulations and last week, it unveiled its...

From weed to wine: Keeping the Marijuana farm small and local

In November, voters in as many as 12 states will see a marijuana legalization initiative on their ballots. Marijuana is already legal for recreational use...

The DEA says ‘no’ to rescheduling marijuana

On August 11, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) rejected two petitions to reschedule marijuana from a Schedule I to a Schedule II drug in...

One in eight adults consume cannabis

A new Gallup poll released earlier this week finds that self-reported cannabis consumption nearly doubled in the last two years. Thirty-three million people, or 13...

The cannabis industry and the golden rule

Every week in the world of cannabis there are timely happenings — new legislation, new businesses, new dimensions of social justice implications — but...

There’s something in the water

Spoiler alert: There was never any tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in the Hugo water supply. Rather, this is a story of false positives, of fear overtaking...

The history of hemp

Under current U.S. drug policy, all cannabis varieties, including hemp, are considered Schedule I controlled substances and are regulated by the Drug Enforcement Administration....

A call to action

In the aftermath of the killing of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and five Dallas police officers the nation is reeling to make sense of...

Back from the Dead

There is an undeniable connection between the Grateful Dead and marijuana — the music serving as the soundtrack for the hippie generation and the...

Rate of use for youth stays steady, but arrest rates increase

The public health implications of marijuana policy reform, especially those in Colorado, have been under scrutiny since legalization of cannabis for adult use in...
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