Colorado sold $202M of marijuana in July but sales continue to slow
Colorado registered more than $202 million in marijuana sales in July, the state Department of Revenue (DOR) said on Friday. The total represents a month-over-month sales increase of 8%, with the largest increase coming from the recreational side. Colorado sold more than $167 million in recreational marijuana compared to... Read more
Across the Country – State Cannabis News and Movement
by Madeline Grant, NCIA’s Government Relations Manager As the deadline to submit feedback for the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act approached last week, our Government Relations team worked tirelessly to submit a detailed analysis and recommended improvements on behalf of the legal cannabis industry. The full comments and an... Read more
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Colorado Governor Jared Polis announced the official launch of the Cannabis Business Office (CBO), which will manage multiple aspects of business owner support and social equity in the industry. Governor Polis said in a statement on July 28 that the new office will help improve the state’s already thriving... Read more
Denver is expanding Alzheimer’s research through the efforts of local company MedPharm.  The company plans to move forward with research efforts through a special Schedule I Researcher Licenses given specifically to the company by the Drug Enforcement Administration. “We’re interested in how cannabinoids affect the nervous system, the brain,... Read more
Colorado just released a new report from the state’s Division of Criminal Justice that is shedding light on the impact of marijuana legalization in the state, nearly eight years after voters there passed an historic ballot measure to end prohibition on pot. The report, released this month, provides a... Read more
University of Colorado, Boulder (UCB) just introduced a new study that looks at whether or not cannabis can enhance physical performance in athletes. According to University Professor Angela Bryan, other studies have found that there is no evidence that cannabis enhances or improves physical performance. “There is very little... Read more
Governor Polis is being faced with a lawsuit over House Bill 1317, a bill that negatively affected students who were meant to benefit from the law that allows cannabis use by medical patients in public schools.  Benjamin Wann, a cannabis patient, and his parents, Amber and Brad, supported Polis... Read more
Denver recently legalized cannabis delivery and smoking lounges, after years of debate following Colorado’s early legalization. Now, the first business in the city looking to deliver has officially submitted an application.  The business, Doobba LLC, applied for a no premise transport license and delivery permit. Their hope is to... Read more



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