Denver City Council Rejects Reducing Social Pot Use Setbacks
Social marijuana use in Denver was dealt a significant blow Monday, April 22, when the City Council rejected a proposal that would've eased location restrictions on such establishments.
Ask a Stoner: How Do I Avoid Weed Breath?
Smoking cannabis dehydrates you and dries your mouth, and THC inhibits your saliva glands, causing xerostomia (the scientific term for dry mouth or cottonmouth). Add in terpenes — those piney, skunky flavors you mentioned — and it all adds up to a long, dank aftertaste.
Feds Double Down on Denying Citizenship for Cannabis Industry Ties
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services just reiterated that work in the marijuana industry is grounds for automatic citizenship application denial.
Will This Be Our Last 4/20 Without Real Social Consumption?
As 4/20 rolls around this weekend, the majority of marijuana users who aren't at home will be celebrating illegally in public, or at one of the many private events going around Denver — but that could finally change in Colorado and beyond by the same time next year.
Toking About Town Responsibly With a Cannabis Tour Guide
In advance of the 4/20 celebrations, we caught up with marijuana tour guide Jane to learn more about the best ways to enjoy cannabis actively and responsibly.
Ask a Stoner: Where Can I Socially Drink and Smoke Weed?
Public marijuana consumption is banned in Colorado, and licenses bars and cannabis businesses are prohibited from allowing any form of dual consumption. However, private events can allow dual consumption of alcohol and cannabis (but no cannabis sales) if attendees sign up beforehand and are at least 21.
Carl's Jr. Testing CBD-Infused Burgers on 4/20 in Denver
You don't need to smoke a joint or play hooky to celebrate 4/20 anymore. Just hit up a certain Carl's Jr. in Denver that is testing out new CBD-infused burgers all day Saturday, April 20.
Bun B and Denver's Mayor Talk About the Highs and Lows of Legal Pot
Appearing on April 15 as part of a series of discussions hosted by Mezz Brands, a cannabis concentrate company, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and Bun B talked about everything from Denver's early days of dispensary sales to current struggles with social consumption.