Getting High at Mile High: O.PenVape Seeks Naming Rights for Denver Bronco’s Home Stadium

O.penVape announced May 19th that they have “submitted a proposal to partner with the Metropolitan Football Stadium District, home of the Denver Broncos, to sponsor Denver’s landmark stadium.”…

Supreme Court Denies Suit Against Colorado Marijuana Laws

By a 6-2 majority, the Supreme Court has declined to hear a suit filed by Nebraska and Oklahoma against Colorado. Two conservative justices, Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, said they would have heard the case…

Insurance Policy Refuses to Pay Damages to Marijuana Dispensary

A suit filed by Green Earth Wellness Center against insurance company Atain was granted in part and denied in part. The Colorado Springs based medical marijuana dispensary made a claim after a 2012 wildfire damaged the grow operation’s ventilation system, resulting in damage to growing plants and harvested buds…

Oregon Rolls Out Legal Marijuana Early

According to an article on Marijuana.com, legislators in Oregon are gearing up to legalize marijuana on October 1st of 2015, one year earlier than originally expected. While legislators had no legal requirement to make this change, they decided to accept the will of the voters and to implement the new law sooner…

Colorado Legal Weed Sales Top $50 Million in June

According to an article published this week in the Cannabist, Colorado legal weed sales in June topped more than $50 million, the highest monthly income for the Colorado marijuana industry to date. The state of Colorado pulled in $60.7 million in tax revenue from legal weed sales in the first six months in 2015…

Colorado Tourism Sets Record Numbers (From Legal Weed?)

According to a recent study released by the Denver Post, tourism in Colorado is on the rise an a huge way. Statistically, 15.4 million overnight vacationers and business travelers visited Denver in 2014, spending a record $4.6 billion which is as much as double to triple the national average in some places…