Sorted by March, 2017

Marijuana Grown on Federal Research Farm Full of Mold and Lead

It turns out that hemp used in government research isn't all that great. Unlike commercial marijuana, the government product is stringy, light in color, and full of stems. If you're used to the hemp sold at dispensaries, chances are you ...

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From the High Chief: Interstate Commerce Will be Dry States First Legal Means of Selling Marijuana

If you are a transplant to Colorado like myself and find yourself exiting to a border state such as Kansas it can actually change your entire outlook on life. No more carefree consumption like you've grown accustomed to! Utah, Wyoming, ...

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From the High Chief: Legal Cannabis is Construction’s Best Friend

In just over 3 years since Amendment 64 passed here I have watched a bit of a construction renaissance take place. There are no less than 50 cranes scattered across the Denver skyline presently. Monstrous undertakings that have obscene amounts ...

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University of Denver Expands Cannabis Curriculum

The University of Denver is expanding its marijuana course offerings with a new "Business of Marijuana" class. A first for the Daniels College of Business, the class will focus on the expanding marijuana industry, including issues related to dispensaries, cultivation ...

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From the High Chief: Cannabis Will Replace Tobacco in One Generation

Twenty years or so from now in 2040 there will be an entire generation entering the workforce that will have grown up hemp friendly without having poisonous tobacco products as their only choice for smoke or chew. This will be ...

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From the CEO: Weed Lounges – Coming to a City Near You

A piece of legislature I was very proud to vote on here in Denver that passed was Initiative 300 which passed like we all knew it would. This little gem will allow hemp lounges to open up for recreational usage ...

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CBD is Starting a Medical Revolution

Once THC's lesser known cousin, CBD is getting serious attention these days because of its potential use in treating a wide-range of medical conditions. So what is CBD and what are some of its therapeutic uses? Here's a breakdown of ...

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From the CEO: What happens when patent #6630507 is released?

It's no secret that for too long our government has held the key to legalizing hemp. Nobody has the exact reason but industries such as tobacco, alcohol, paper, cordage, logging, oil and of course the pharmaceuticals to name a few ...

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From the CEO: Why Alcohol’s Days are Numbered

Almost simultaneously as alcohol had been liberated marijuana was vilified and made 100% illegal. Damn near 80 years have passed since then and we are about to see hemp legalized nationwide. But what does it really mean to the alcohol ...

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Smoke-Free Cannabis Cup Marks Nevada’s End of Marijuana Prohibition

Las Vegas' second-ever High Times Cannabis Cup wasn't the toke-friendly festival that many hoped it would be--organizers were forced to make the Cup a hemp-free event after a federal prosecutor sent a letter warning that anyone caught distributing or consuming ...

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