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Aug 09, 2018

New Denver Report Shows an Increase in Tax Revenue and a Decline in Marijuana-Related Crime

Retail marijuana sales and projected marijuana tax revenue are up, and marijuana-related crime continues to drop. Those are a few of the key statistics released by Denver in the City’s 2018 Annual Marijuana Report.

Jun 14, 2018

Denver Launches First Marijuana Education Game Show for Kids

Weeded Out is part of the City of Denver’s “High Costs” communications campaign to educate its youth in a creative, effective and positive manner about marijuana.

Jun 12, 2018

Denver afterschool programs survey students about marijuana

A portion of revenue from Denver’s special 3.5 percent recreational marijuana sales tax is being used to support marijuana education through free or low-cost afterschool and summer programs with funding from the Denver Office of Children’s Affairs.

Feb 21, 2018

Denver to hold licensing/permitting event on March 7

On March 7, experts from Denver Excise and Licenses, Community Planning and Development, Denver Fire Department, and the Department of Public Health and Environment will host a forum on licensing, permitting, and inspections for the marijuana industry.

Jan 05, 2018

Mayor Hancock Statement on Attorney General’s Decision to Rollback Obama-Era Marijuana Policy

Mayor Michael B. Hancock expressed his severe disappointment in U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision today to rescind the Obama-era policy regarding states that have voted to legalize recreational marijuana.