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Cannabytes: Patient Scores Free Sexy Pizzas

Raise your hands, stoners: How many of you would like free pizza once a month? You know you would. Aurora resident and medical marijuana patient Frederick Smith enjoyed his first free pizza last night. Earlier...
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Cannabytes: MMJ at Risk in Northern CO

Northern Colorado seems to have a beef with the state's medical marijuana laws. Dispensaries have been banned in Loveland, Greeley, Windsor, and Longmont. The last haven for many patients in the area has been F...
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Cannabytes: The New Cash Crop

On Tuesday, MSN Money reported that Big Pharma executives want to take advantage of medical marijuana to increase their bottom lines. It's no secret that cannabis is quickly becoming the next big thing in the b...
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Cannabytes: Is Legal Pot a Year Away?

On Thursday, eight versions of a ballot initiative were filed with the state. The aim: legal cannabis for all Coloradoans. The initiatives were filed by members of the Marijuana Policy Project, the Drug Policy ...
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Cannabytes: MMJ DUI Bill Needs Work

Patients and advocates around the state cried foul earlier this year when introduced to Colorado HB 1261, which set a 5-nanogram/mL limit on THC in drivers' blood. Now, it's becoming clear just how problematic ...
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Cannabytes: Would marijuana ruin your day?

This week, a guest at the Sleep Inn in Thornton complained that a medical marijuana patient, who was also a guest down the hall from the man's room, ruined his stay at the motel. Tom Schanaman, who requested a ...
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Cannabytes: Should patients be blood tested to drive?

Yet another bill has been introduced into the Colorado State House of Representatives which primarily affects medical marijuana users. The bill creates a DUI-type law that applies to pot. While there are currently laws in place to prohibit driving while impaired by marijuana, those laws do not have a minimum limit.