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Colorado Marijuana Infused Products Producers (58)

Boulder (3)

Breckenridge (2)

Colorado Springs (7)

Denver (31)

Edgewater (1)

Frisco (1)

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Louisville (1)

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Associated Press | NOV 17, 2014 | GOLDEN, Colo.
 Final meeting Nov. 17 for changes to rules on Colorado marijuana edibles
Colorado authorities searching for a new look for edible pot are meeting for a final time Monday to try to find a way to make edibles look distinct from other foods even when out of the package.The Health Department plans to suggest a new state commission to give pre-market approval before food or drinks containing pot can be sold.The new plan: Learn more about the Colorado health dept.s new proposal for edibles that would require pre-market approval by commission for all pro....
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Associated Press | 11/16/2014 | DENVER
 Colorado Authorities Still Want Review Of Marijuana Edibles And Drinks
Kristen Wyatt
Saying theyre still worried that edible pot sweets are too attractive to kids, Colorado health authorities plan to ask Monday for a new panel to decide which marijuana foods and drinks look too much like regular snacks.A Health Department recommendation, obtained by The Associated Press in advance of a final meeting Monday on edible marijuana regulations, suggests a new state commission to give pre-market approval before food or drinks containing pot can be sold.The recommend....
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NPR | November 14, 2014
 Legal Marijuana Drives Booming Demand For Denvers Warehouses
Luke Runyon
Colorado law says the plant itself has to be grown indoors, but regulation and reluctant banks have made real estate hard to come by for pot entrepreneurs. The right property can go for millions.ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:When a state legalizes marijuana, as Oregon and Alaska did this month, it can spark a real estate boom. Thats what happened in Colorado. State law there says the drug has to be grown indoors. But layers of regulation and tight zoning have made property hard to come....
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The Denver Post | 11/14/2014
 Big changes coming in Colorado`s marijuana market
Jeremy P. Meyer
Look around you. These are the good old days of marijuana in Colorado.Things are about to change.Prices for pot assuredly will fall, more pot will flood the market, and legislative changes are in the offing for how physicians can prescribe pot for severe pain.Voters could eventually be asked to add a special tax onto medical marijuana, and there is even talk of repealing Amendment 20 to discontinue the medical marijuana model altogether, lumping all pot sales into the retail ....
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The Cannabist | Friday, Nov. 14, 2014
 Aurora marijuana: Pot shop owners invest to revitalize surrounding sites
Megan Mitchell
Business owners who won licenses in August to open one of 21 marijuana businesses in Aurora are doing more than opening the doors to one store they are revamping rundown retail centers and rehabbing long-vacant strip malls.Retail marijuana store owners seem to be very eager to do what they can for these areas, which is nice, said Robin Peterson, manager of the Aurora Marijuana Enforcement Division.Tim Cullen owns Colorado Harvest Company, which will open two locations in the....
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The Cannabist | NOV 14, 2014,
The Indo Expo 2014 is free to licensed workers in Colorados marijuana industry and includes a job fair for others interested in joining the field.
 Cannabis businesses converging for Indo Expo in Denver, Nov. 15-16
Elana Ashanti Jefferson
Colorados multi-million dollar legalized pot and hemp industry has spawned a new cannabis-industry trade show, and its coming to the Denver Merchandise Mart this weekend.Organizers behind Indo Expo 2014, who have partnered with the Mart to produce the business-to-business B2B trade show twice a year for the next decade, said Thursday that even though the Denver area already hosts what are among the largest pot conventions in the world, they saw a hole in that programming and ....
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The Denver Post | 11/13/2014
 Colorado hands out $975,000 in pot funds to schools for health workers
Yesenia Robles
After taking applications for about a month from school districts looking to hire health workers with funds from marijuana revenue, the state on Wednesday awarded more than $975,000 of grants.The legislature set aside $2.5 million from marijuana tax revenue for schools to hire more health professionals including nurses, counselors, social workers and psychologists.Of the 12 applications that were submitted, 11 were funded. To use the rest of the funds, the state opened a seco....
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