Weed Between the Lines

USDA organic hemp? Yes. No. Maybe.

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Considered dangerous drugs by the federal government, marijuana and industrial hemp are still listed in the Controlled Substances Act as Schedule I drugs. While...

Heading for a showdown on cannabis and banking?

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Almost within minutes of the official announcement, headlines last Friday proclaimed that the Department of Justice and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, a bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury, in separate issuances, had finally given banks a green ...

The misunderstood molecule

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How many people actually know the difference between tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD)?Ask a chemist, a medical professional or, really, any average Coloradan, and...

The ongoing debate over cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome

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Cannabis is celebrated for its ability to suppress nausea and alleviate pain, but for some long-term daily smokers it may do just the opposite.  Cannabinoid...

The dumbest thing you’ve ever read about marijuana arrests

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Be honest: Who’s had a wicked case of green tongue after a smoke sesh?  No one. Literally no one ever, because green tongue isn’t a...

After a year, it appears that legalization might just work

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It’s hard to believe that it’s been one full year since retail cannabis shops opened, and two full years that cannabis has been legal in Colorado. So much has happened, but the best news of all is that, all things considered, the experiment seems to be working...

NFL considers change to cannabis policy

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The National Football League (NFL) is finally ready to chill, at least when it comes to cannabis. According to a report from NBC Sports...

Heading into uncharted territory

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Last week Colorado became the first U.S. state to adopt a set of rules that allows marijuana to be regulated like alcohol for adults. Legislators, task force members and all involved are to be congratulated for doing it in accordance with Amendment 64’s spirit and ...

The recreational holdout

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Activists in Colorado Springs are still fighting cannabis prohibition 10 years after Colorado ended it—and gaining momentum

THC level not a reliable indicator for driving impairment

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The more often people consume cannabis, the less dangerous they consider driving while stoned to be. According to a survey released by the Colorado...

Tip of the psychedelic spear

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In November 2022, Colorado took a progressive leap forward when the state passed Proposition 122 to legalize the use of natural psychedelic medicines. Now,...

First weed, now mushrooms

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Just when everyone was starting to chill out now that weed is legal and the laws surrounding it are becoming more progressive, some Coloradans...