Category Archive: News

Dec 31 2013

Important Information to Consider This New Year

FOR EVERY SHARE THIS POST RECEIVES FROM OUR FACEBOOK PAGE BEFORE MIDNIGHT TONIGHT (NEW YEARS EVE), WE WILL DONATE $1.00 TO FALLEN ACTIVIST, JENNY KUSH’S CHILDREN. PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING YOUR OWN DONATION TODAY. According to CDOT, each year in Colorado, nearly 200 people are killed in alcohol-related crashes and 25,000 drivers are arrested for DUI. This …

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Dec 23 2013

Colorado Licenses First Legal Recreational Marijuana Businesses In United States History

The Denver Post has reported that as of today, Colorado has become the “first state in U.S. history to issue special licenses for recreational marijuana businesses”.  We’ve provided a list below of the 136 licenses issued, but please note that not all of these stores will be open for retail business by January 1st. The state …

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Dec 21 2013

Colorado Medical Marijuana Sales Double to $329 Million

Marijuana Business Daily has reported that medical marijuana sales in Colorado have risen 50% during the latest fiscal year, exceeding even the most optimistic projections. “Dispensaries reported record revenue of $329 million from July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013, according to the latest data from the Colorado Department of Revenue. That’s a healthy increase from $219.3 million …

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Dec 17 2013

Denver City Council Votes Unanimously to Decriminalize Posession of Marijuana for Adults 18-21

In a unanimous vote Monday night, the Denver City Council voted to decriminalize marijuana possession for 18-21 year olds. Violators of marijuana possession laws in this age group will now face fines (ranging from $150 for a first offense to $599 for subsequent offenses) instead of jail time and permanent convictions on their records. Denver City Councilman, Albus …

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