A 2-month-long Campaign Against Marijuana Planting netted 11,400 plants with a street value of $22.8 million, according to the San Mateo County Narcotics Task Force.
Op-ed: Legalization is spreading because it is a rational response to the failed policy of prohibition.
Colorado’s Office of Behavioral Health announced this week that Frisco and Montrose will both receive marijuana tax funding for new mental health facilities serving the Western Slope.
Thieves smashed a vehicle into a Colorado Springs marijuana dispensary early Friday morning to gain entry and then took as much product as they could before making their getaway.
But the initial batch of license requests for the first-of-its-kind program may not come in immediately, given the extensive process required to apply.
Colorado’s marijuana regulatory system is a model for other states, and the fledgling program could become even more robust with the federal government’s support, the state’s governor and top law enforcement officer said in a letter sent Thursday to Attorney General Jeff Sessions.