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Denver International Airport reporting minimal problems with marijuana ban

Posted by Ian, on 26 May, 2014

Denver International Airport

  In January Denver International Airport banned the possession of marijuana from its property. Despite the legality of possessing up to an ounce of the substance in Colorado, DIA falls under federal authority, which still classifies pot as an illegal substance. In addition to federal compliance, the measure was also an attempt on their part read more

Marijuana Vending Machines May Make It a Snap to Get Mile High in Colorado

Posted by Weed Lover, on 17 April, 2014


Medical marijuana has been legal in Colorado for more than a decade, so it’s a wonder this took so long: Savvy entrepreneurs have brought weed vending machines to the state. Created by the company American Green, the ZaZZZ machine went on display at a restaurant in the tiny (population 6,447) town of Avon. The machine, read more

With pot legal, fest going mainstream

Posted by Weed Lover, on 4 April, 2014

fest people

Organizers of Denver’s annual April 20 marijuana festival on Wednesday announced that rapper B.o.B and singer Wyclef Jean will headline the event as they try to draw a big post-legalization crowd and shake the memory of last year’s event, which was marred by a still-unsolved shooting. Reflecting the changes in Colorado since voters legalized the read more

16th Street Mall’s new marijuana shop’s chic design targets tourists

Posted by Weed Lover, on 4 April, 2014


The only marijuana shop directly on the 16th Street Mall opened Wednesday with a design concept aimed at minimizing the intimidation factor for less-experienced users — such as tourists. Euflora’s location, in the heart of Denver’s tourism district, has clean lines, a minimalist layout and none of the psychedelic or green color schemes often associated read more

Colorado’s Marijuana Legalization Drawing Immigrants And Tourists

Posted by Weed Lover, on 31 March, 2014


When marijuana reformers push for the legalization of herb, we often point out the direct fiscal benefits, like the tax money that can be raised, the law enforcement money that can be saved, and the jobs created in the marijuana industry.  Now we are beginning to see the indicators of the indirect fiscal benefit from legalization. read more

Pot Tourism: How to Buy Marijuana in Colorado

Posted by Weed Lover, on 27 March, 2014


The lines to get into the recreational dispensaries have shortened, but still not completely disappeared, and all of the Mile High City jokes have been made. Even Stephen Colbert has addressed the topic at length on The Colbert Report. Read more here Pot Tourism: How to Buy Marijuana in Colorado      

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