Denver Relief Blog
How the time flies. From our humble beginnings delivering across the city to winning the Cannabis Cup last month, there’s been a lot of change at Denver Relief. Without support from our amazing patients, none of this would be possible. We’re incredibly appreciative of everyone who has stuck by us when the shelves were a [...] Continue reading Fourth Anniversary Sale
GREEN TEAM Partners Ready for Largest 4/20 Celebration Yet [Tweet this] DENVER, Colo (April 8, 2013) – Founded in 2009 by Ean Seeb and Kayvan S.T. Khalatbari, the Denver Relief GREEN TEAM is a volunteer organization dedicated to improving the perception of the medical cannabis industry through community service and social activism. Through outreach efforts [...] Continue reading Press Release: 4/20 and the GREEN TEAM
NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform
A Michigan traffic safety law that prohibits the operation of a motor vehicle by persons who possess any presence of THC in their blood, regardless of whether or not they are behaviorally impaired by the substance, may not be strictly applied to state-qualified medical cannabis patients.
Join NORML and our friends at the Marijuana Majority in our efforts to build support for marijuana law reform at the local level by contacting your mayor and urging their support for rational marijuana policies. Mayors are on the front lines of the war on cannabis and can see the devastation it is causing at the local level. It is time our local politicans take a stand and say enough is enough, it is time to stop wasting precious law enforcement resources, stop allowing the revenue from marijuana sales to [...]
Spark the Discussion Amendment 64: The Ripples Here at Home By Joshua Kappel, Esq. “Spark the Discussion” is a monthly Legal Connection column highlighting the hottest trends in the emerging field of medical marijuana law. Originally posted here. On Election Day, the voters of Colorado made history with the passage of Amendment 64—the Regulate [...]
We did it. We made history. After 80 long years, Colorado has finally ended the failed policy of marijuana prohibition. Last Tuesday, Coloradans overwhelming passed Amendment 64 (55% to 45%) which will regulate marijuana like alcohol statewide. Our historic work has made headlines across the world - from Japan to India to Belize. We are forever thankful [...]
Denver Post: News: Marijuana
LONGMONT -- Two marijuana bans passed an initial City Council vote Tuesday night -- but one of them didn't pass by much.
DENVER—A frequent marijuana user who says Colorado's pending pot DUI bill sets the legal limit too low is suing to block the bill, arguing it violates his constitutional rights.
Cannabis News - Medical Marijuana, Hemp, Marijuana News, Cannabis
THE first time I talked to Mark Kleiman, a drug policy expert at U.C.L.A., was in 2002, and he explained why legalization of marijuana was a bad idea. Sure, he said, the government should remove penalties for possession, use and cultivation of small amounts. He did not favor making outlaws of people for enjoying a [...]
The Michigan Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that medical marijuana users aren’t automatically breaking the law if they’re caught driving after using the drug. The court unanimously overturned an appeals court decision in the case of a Grand Traverse County man, Rodney Koon. He was stopped in 2010 for speeding — going nearly 30 mph over [...]