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Marijuana Legalization Discourages Teenage Use, Study Finds

A study published in JAMA Pediatrics suggests that legalizing marijuana doesn’t draw teens to smoking marijuana and instead may dissuade usage.

Marijuana Overdose: Don’t Freak Out, It’s Only Cannabis

With more states boldly ending marijuana prohibition in their neck of the woods, new cannabis users should know how to handle 'overdoses.'

VIDEO: Why Joe Rogan Wants Everyone On Marijuana

In honor of Colorado surpassing $1 billion in revenue generated by marijuana taxes, licenses, and fees, we’re bring back this classic bit from Joe Rogan’s classic 2014 special 'Rocky Mountain High.'

Colorado Surpasses $1 Billion In Marijuana Revenue In Just 5 Years

Since Colorado adult-use cannabis program begin in 2014, the state has generated more than $6 billion in marijuana sales.

Denver Decriminalizes Magic Mushrooms In Game-Changing Vote

While the vote won’t be certified until May 16, Denver will become the first city in the United States to decriminalize psychedelic "magic" mushrooms.

Finding Business Opportunities In The Cannabis Industry

Getting into the legal cannabis industry can be an expensive endeavor. The best growth opportunities are the ones that companies can defend even during periods of extreme market change.

Does Legalizing Marijuana Help Or Harm Americans? Weighing The Statistical Evidence

Let’s take a closer look at three major arguments around marijuana legalization – and how the statistics stack up against them.

Why This Colorado Doctor No Longer Believes Edibles Should Be For...

Recent research out of Denver found that cannabis-related emergency room visits increased threefold after recreational marijuana was legalized.

These Are The Best Edibles In Colorado

There’s everything from tasty hard candy to luscious peanut butter cups, and purveyors take their craft seriously.

Would Denver’s ‘High Costs’ PSAs Deter You From Smoking Weed?

These ads aim to teach youth how expensive weed habits can be, how marijuana offenses could deny students federal financial aid, and inhibit motivation.