Colorado Amendment 64

New data actually shows a slight dip in use among teens.
The funds have been put to a wide range of uses, such as rebuilding infrastructure.
The justices dismissed a lawsuit challenging the Centennial State's decision to legalize marijuana.
When recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado in January of 2014, it promised to be a boom for those who were ready with their brick and mortar stores and new licenses. Growing as rapidly as weed are ancillary businesses that cater to these new marijuana pioneers.
"Yes," Beauprez said. "I think we're at that point where the consequences that we've already discovered from this may be
New labeling of marijuana products is on the way in Colorado, and potency limits in marijuana edibles may follow. Until then
"What really does make me feel a little bit discouraged is this, everybody talks about the importance of freedom, individual
Vincent Carroll has written a piece for the Denver Post entitled, "Like it or not, CSO must abide by Amendment 64." In it, he scolds the Colorado Symphony Orchestra for its original plan to create a series of fundraising concerts where patrons could bring and consume their own marijuana.
KSDK News reports that a private club is set to open in the mountain town of Nederland, in Colorado. All thanks to Amendment 64, which legally allows people to smoke pot.
Shortly after that, Coats wrote a letter to the company expressing confusion, noting that he’d been a loyal and effective