The Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division recently issued its 2016 mid-year report, documenting supply chain data from Jan. 1 to June 30, 2016.
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On Dec. 28, 2016, the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division issued an industry-wide bulletin, announcing the roll-out of its random testing program for licensed marijuana businesses.
For the purpose of this column we consider three types of institutions: government, academic and corporate. They are the thought leaders, market leaders and mainstream actors from outside the industry that are stakeholders in the effects of an economic outcome.
On Nov. 24, 2015, CannLabs closed its Denver laboratory and laid off as many as 15 people. Some question the company’s future viability. So what happened?
On Sept. 25, 2015, members of the Denver police department and the Marijuana Enforcement Division conducted compliance checks on 30 Denver dispensaries. Out of the 30 dispensaries, seven have been cited for selling marijuana to minors.
On Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015, Colorado celebrated a “tax holiday” that suspended the taxes on marijuana for growers and customers alike. It felt like a shopping holiday, too, with customers lining up around the corner at shops in Denver.
On August 5, 2015, the Marijuana Enforcement Division released a set of proposed rules regarding edible marijuana.
April 20 is a holiday for marijuana enthusiasts. The number 420 is inextricably linked to the marijuana subculture, and most people have no idea why. Regardless of the reason, 420, April 20 and the legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado has turned Denver into a mecca for marijuana.
Looking to work for a medical or retail dispensary in Colorado? Cannabis business owners aren’t the only ones who get to pay licensing fees to the Colorado Department of Revenue Marijuana Enforcement Division;
The first year of legal retail marijuana is in the books for Colorado. The Colorado Department of Revenue’s Marijuana Enforcement Division recently released its annual report for 2014.
The Colorado cannabis industry has just passed another significant milestone. On October 1, 2014, the rule that required marijuana cultivators to be tied to a specific dispensary has expired.