Partners study pot grow in rural Routt
Business partners with marijuana industry expertise are studying the potential for a small-scale grow operation should Routt County clear the way for pot in unincorporated areas.
How big is too big? (When it comes to marijuana growing facilities in unincorporated Routt County)
The Routt County Board of Commissioners is asking the voters to approve a 5 percent excise tax on marijuana grown for retail sale, anticipating it may consider permits for grow operations in the unincorporated county.
We were happy to hear about the state of Colorado’s new rules governing the packaging of medical and recreational marijuana products.
Marijuana dispensaries in Steamboat Springs have sold almost $900,000 more in product so far this year than they did during the first seven months of 2015.
Students with a medical marijuana prescription would be allowed to use marijuana on school grounds only under a strict set of rules, according to a new policy drafted by Steamboat Springs School District staff.
State law prohibits Routt County from imposing an excise tax of more than 5 percent on pot, but the Town of Hayden, which operates under a home rule charter, is not bound by that limitation.
Two developers are proposing a second marijuana growing facility in Hayden.
A local marijuana business owner has mixed feelings about a decision by federal officials related to the legality of marijuana.
The Oak Creek Town Board on Thursday will consider an ordinance that would place restrictions on how residents grow marijuana.
Recreational marijuana sales arrive in Steamboat Springs